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In this article, Philippe Chevrier will help readers of thechester.com have more information about The Restaurant Kurhausstrasse 65, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland. If you need us to answer any questions, please let us know at troubleshoot options here! The author is a local who is well versed in Zurich (Kreis 7), so he will help you get the most accurate information.
“Das The Restaurant bietet junge und innovative Gourmetküche vom Chef Fine Dining Heiko Nieder in einem stilvollen Ambiente. Das Gourmetrestaurant ist mit 19 Gault-Millau-Punkten und 2 Michelin-Sternen ausgezeichnet und damit eines der höchst dotierten Restaurants in Zürich. Lassen Sie sich von einem Aromenspektrum überraschen, welches keine Grenzen kennt und erleben Sie einen unvergesslichen Abend im Michelin Restaurant.”
The Restaurant is a restaurant located at Kurhausstrasse 65, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland The quality of the service here is excellent. The Restaurant has received positive customer evaluations. The Restaurant is open from 19:00pm until 22:00pm It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the www.thedoldergrand.com on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then The Restaurant is the best choice for you.
Service options: Dine-in · No delivery
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49 Google reviews
We came for the Amuse-Bouche lunch menu that is currently being offered on Thursdays and Fridays only. The meal came in five courses, each consisting of three amuse-bouche sized portions. So this totals basically to a fifteen (!!!) course menu albeit in small portions, but for us this was the ideal entry point to get to know Heiko Nieder’s cuisine. All dishes were top notch, displaying immaculate craft, innovation and product quality. It’s easy to see why this is being considered to be Zurich’s best restaurant by the respective guides. Apart from the amuse-bouche courses we also were served a sequence of snacks upfront and petit-four to end the meal with, those were excellent as well. Other than the food: The dining room is luxurious, the wine list is extensive and it’s contents are very expensive, as is the wine by the glass selection. Service is welcoming and genuinely friendly.
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Refined atmosphere, beautiful plating, the best part of the Nespresso gourmet week lunch offer was the dessert creation. The starter and main although beautiful were not that impressive. I have to say personally I prefer Stefan Heilemann’s cooking at Widder for the gourmet week.
We had the 10 course dinner + paired wines. We thoroughly enjoyed the 4 hours we spent there. Every course as well as the amuse bouche were incredible, both in taste and in looks. The plates themselves were boring (all white) compared to what we’ve seen elsewhere but that’s probably by design: so we focus on the food itself. The pace was also great throughout the dinner.The wine pairing is really expensive (more expensive than the meal itself) which is a bit outrageaous, but we’d say at least half the wines really were fantastic extensions of the corresponding food, which isn’t always the case (sometimes it’s just a nice pairing, but not really that magical chemistry), so we’d recommend it. If you’d like to save and don’t want to be too drunk at the end of the meal or throw away half the wine, you can ask to share one wine pairing for 2. Probably an outrageous thing to do, but we resent paying and then throwing away so much good wine so this arrangement works great for us.
I have tried a lot Michelin restaurants, and this restaurant was on my bucket list! But I was very disappointed with the food. We ordered the big menu with the wine, and it is as if the wine didn’t go/compliment the food at all.The presentation of the food was non personal and said very fast, so I couldn’t understand a word.We got a piece of salmon, and when we asked from where the salmon was from our waiter didn’t know it? And had to ask another co-worker… sorry but you need to know where your product is from, especially on this level and this price!2 stars for ambient.
4.9Amazing food and perfect service! Deserves 3 stars in my opinion!
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.
We had a lunch. The starter is surprising, as if we are travelling around east Asia. Each piece of the meal is full of ideas. I liked the combination of celery and parsley, goose-liver and mushroom. Ingredient of similar taste make the whole taste to a completion. It would be even better if we can also recognise the layer of the similar but different ingredients. I love the expression of the venison and the lamb – they are soft like pasture, and tasteful from the wildness. My mind are set free at the moment of tasting.It looks like the chef really likes celery today and it even appears in desert. Sometimes we can not understand the expression.Overall it’s a wonderful experience!
The Restaurant is located at Kurhausstrasse 65, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland
You can try to dialing this number +41 44 456 60 00 or find more information on their website https://www.thedoldergrand.com/the-restaurant/
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