European, International, Central European, Vegetarian options
Open now 12:00 - 14:00, 19:00 - 22:00
$$$$ Price range per person CHF 110-300
Kurhausstrasse 65, Zürich
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Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland

The wonderful flavours of the International cuisine attract many guests. Cooks at this restaurant do their best to provide visitors with good amuse bouches, oysters and fish. You will like its food, especially perfectly cooked praline, parfait and petit fours.

The wine list is extensive, every visitor can find something that suits their taste. A collection of delicious espresso is offered to guests. A number of people mark that the staff is professional at The Restaurant. People say that the service is fabulous here. Based on the reviewers' opinions, prices are attractive. At this place, visitors can enjoy the pleasant ambiance and homey decor. The two-star Michelin restaurant will provide you with gourmet meals created by a well-known chef.

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What a wonderful experience. Chef Heiko Nieder and his staff gave us a visual and culinary treat. The wait staff could not have been better. Everything was top notch professional. Well deserving of those Michelin stars.
When you are paying this much money, you expect an exceptional experience. Which is what we got. The 6-course menu was more than enough (there were two bonus rounds before the main meail even started); if you are taking the 10-course version you'll want to make sure your stomach is empty beforehand.
Whoa. First off: Save up and score a reservation and make no other plans for the night. Second: Buckle in and you'll quickly understand why chef Heiko Nieder has won the much-deserved (and retained) two Michelin stars and 18 GaultMillau points for The Restaurant. A part of the Dolder Grand Hotel, it seats a small number of guests and the atmosphere is deceptively simple, but elegant. The staff was unbelievable, friendly and downright impressive in their intent on giving you the best possible experience. While there are some modest wines and champagnes, it's easy to be caught up in the experience. (And maybe you just should!) Your meal starts not with one simple amuse-bouche, but with several, like the baked potato foam with cream creese and herbs, pickled mushroom, pickled radish roll with ginger and seaweed and marinated oysters with cucumber wasabi. In total, I believe there were about eight tastes. In a way, this felt like training to challenge your palate to identify tastes as well as understand how they harmonize with others. Yes, this is exactly the gastronomical trend that is celebrated and also criticized as just being chemistry -- but come here and you'll understand this is the work of a master and you'll undoubtedly appreciate chef Nieder's work. This is different. Four hours later -- eight courses in, we felt as if we had journeyed around the world. Frozen mandarin with agave. Lobster from Norway -- served with strawberries, pickled beetroot, tarragon jelly and creme fraiche. Char and roe with chamomile blossom sauce. Brisket of beef from Ennetbürgen with snail crust and horseradish. White asparagus with caviar.  Adventurous things like rabbit tartare with green tomatoes and mushrooms and green pepper. Each dish had something unique: hints of sweetness or sourness and a dance of flavors that were never too jarring. The experience was the perfect start to time in the Alps.
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Kurhausstrasse 65, Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland
Features
Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Booking Parking Wheelchair accessible Сredit cards accepted TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 19:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-14:00, 19:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-14:00, 19:00-22:00
FridayFri 12:00-14:00, 19:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 19:00-22:00
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