Really cool place with maybe 8 tables. Great food. Very short menu with all Swiss specialties. Try the veal liver. I know. Doesn’t sound right but is spectacular!
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If you like Swiss food at a reasonable price, this is the place to come. Typical Zurich dishes were really good, including curried shrimp made the Swiss way. We shared a table with other people, all very agreeable.
I've eaten here several times in several years and never been disappointed. The pizza is very tasty on the very thin crust that you find most places in Europe. The pasta isn't overcooked and the sauces are full of flavor.
My wife and I wandered to Zum Weissen Kreuz for dinner one evening on a recent say in Switzerland. It is part of the eponymous hotel. As others have noted, it is cozy and there were only two other tables covered although we tend to...More
We wandered through oldtown looking for a restaurant on what was a very busy evening in Zurich eating houses. This restaurant had one empty table so we decided to stay. A friendly waitress came to us fairly soon after sitting down and took drink orders...More
This restaurant is perhaps a bit hard to find, but that makes it also more interesting, because it is a place where locals of Zürich-center also come to enjoy a dinner. The restaurant is relatively small, but still offers place for 30-40 persons. The menu...More
Was introduced to this place by a German colleague at work. Artfully hidden away in the old town of Zurich. Nothing posh, but with a lot of character, reminded me of the back room canteens in a restaurant. So what does that mean? well ......More
The restaurant is packed full of charm, being one of the oldest in Zürich. It's cosy in winter and has a cute seating area outside in summer. The food is delicious and usually comes in generous portions. The bratwurst with onion sauce and rösti is...More
Excellent and friendly service. Food was first class but pricey. The food is well prepared. The restaurant is located in aside street in the old town.
A Swiss friend said we should try rosti and Geschnetzeltes (veal in mushroom cream sauce) and we finally found a great version in this excellent restaurant. Such a rich dish could be awful without great ingredients and technique, but the meat was tender, gravy full...More