The new Strozzi’s Rosticceria in Männedorf, a small village on the banks of the beautiful lake Zürich, is a restaurant, coffee bar and takeaway in one. The atmosphere is warm, urban and chic. Read more »
Guest blogger Jeannette Ooink travels to Zürich a couple of times each year. She loves to share her pure food experience with you. She’s a big fan of Hiltl, the oldest vegetarian restaurant in the world.
At John Baker the entire proces, from flour to bread, is done by hand using regional, seasonal and pure organic ingredients. The chocolate-bread contains fair and eco chocolate from Ghana and the meat for their sandwiches is sourced from organic Demeter farms. They make bread for vegans, for people who are lactose intolerant and they have gluten-free bread. Read more »
In november 2013 Hiltl opened the first vegetarian butcher shop in Switzerland. It sits next to their famous ‘Haus Hiltl’, the oldest (115 years!) vegetarian restaurant in the world, about which I have written before. The butcher shop sells all kinds of veggie ‘meat’ like cordon bleus, hamburgers, sausages and tartar. Read more »
Hiltl has been in business for over 100 years. This makes it the oldest known vegetarian restaurant in the world and a must to visit when you are in Zurich. Even carnivores will admit that the food at Hiltl is delicious. I have been a regular at Hiltl for many years now and the quality of the food has only increased. There are a couple menu mainstays but the staff keeps on developing new delightful dishes. For me this is one of their strengths and a great reason to be coming back. Who doesn’t want to be surprised with great tasting food? You can order from the menu, but the buffet is also great. Read more »