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The 15th-century location adds flavour to this beer hall where sausages are the main attractions. Here you can find more than a dozen different kinds of sausages, the biggest one being one metre long. The recipes are almost all based on recipes cultivated and modernised over generations.


The traditional Zürich cuisine is very rich and usually includes plenty of meat. The city’s trademark dish is the Züri Gschnetzlets — diced veal in a creamy mushroom sauce served with Rösti. There are plenty of very good quality restaurants on every corner throughout the city. The area around Bahnhofstrasse generally provides the best atmosphere in the afternoon, while Niederdorf is the place to be for an evening meal.