As well as local specialties such as “Zürcher Geschnätzeltes,” a veal-based dish, and potato “rösti,” you’ll also find classic dishes and culinary trends from around the world. Or perhaps even a mix of both, as Zurich chefs like to combine dishes from faraway lands with local produce. The city also has a wide range of cultural attractions and nightlife spots – the best in Switzerland.
If you want to treat your guests to a celebratory dinner in a traditional Zurich setting, we recommend the guild houses. In the Old Town, they’re all lined up closely together, and many of them rent out their rooms for exclusive gatherings.
For something a little out of the ordinary, we recommend one of the countless mobile venues. Whether they’re on the water, on rails, or on the streets of Zurich, your guests are sure to remember these tours.
Fancy a drink in the villa that inspired Richard Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde”? Or how about a concert in the home of Zwingli, one of the leaders of the Reformation in Zurich? Zurich also has plenty to offer for culture vultures!