The Best Restaurants with 3 Falstaff-Gabel(n) in Zurich

65 restaurants with 3 Falstaff fork(s) in Zurich that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Waaggasse 7, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland

At Hotel Marktgasse, Andreas Caminada designs a new Igniv with tried-and-true elements: historic atmosphere, classic bar, and, as usual, a sharing menu. Chef Zeindlhofer cooks with his own signature; accessible but refined.

Marktgasse 17, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

At EquiTable, sustainable gastronomy is celebrated at the highest level. Almost everything on offer here comes from the region and is sourced directly from the producer. Add to that an exciting wine list and attentive, unobtrusive service - what more could you want?

Stauffacherstrasse 163, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Ethnic Cuisine

With a view of the rooftops of the Limmat city, chef Stefan Jäckel beguiles with classic dishes with a sophisticated twist. His great love of the sea is infectious and is reflected in the menu, but local ingredients such as in-house city honey also find their place.

Weinplatz 2, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland

Sebastian Rösch has found a new home in the traditional Lindenhofkeller. The listed restaurant with its enchanting terrace convinces with a menu that clearly shows Rösch's Bavarian origins. A gourmet inn with soul.

Pfalzgasse 4, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland

Bahnhofplatz 15, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

Maison Manesse stays true to its moto of "Fun Fine Dining." Under chef Benjamin Plsek, seasonal ingredients become works of art on the plate, with surprising twists. Despite the double star, service is casual, informal, and cordial.

Hopfenstrasse 2, 8045 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

At Wirtschaft im Franz, chef Sebastian Funck relies on first-class organic products. Seasonal vegetables are usually the focus, while meat and fish add flavourful accents. There is also an interesting selection of naturally produced wines.

Bremgartnerstrasse 18, 8003 Zurich, Switzerland
Luxury / High End

At parkhuus in the Park Hyatt Hotel, sustainability is close to chef Tarik Lange's heart. He mainly uses ingredients from local forests, meadows and waters, even herbs from his own roof garden. His creative dishes nevertheless retain a down-to-earth feel.

Dreikönigstrasse 25, 8002 Zurich, Switzerland
Ethnic Cuisine

You'll find as much Italianità at Gandria in only a few other places in Zurich. No wonder, after all, the entire kitchen brigade comes from the "bel paese". Adriano Peroncini's cuisine is classically Italian, with some modern elements. The wine list is also exciting.

Rudolfstrasse 6, 8008 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

Grubenstrasse 27, 8045 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

At the club restaurant in Kreis 5, changing dishes are served on small plates for sharing. Whether homemade ravioli, guinea fowl with fennel carpaccio, or flambéed sturgeon: At Josef, every dish impresses with its balance and flavour.

Gasometerstrasse 24, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland
Contemporary Cuisine

The Neue Taverne in the Old Town offers a neighbourhood atmosphere and contemporary plant-based cuisine in a sharing menu concept of the highest standard. The nature-based wine list and emphasis on vegetables make the Neue Taverne a delightful experience for all.

Glockengasse 8, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Ethnic Cuisine

The cooking at Rechberg is brutally local, using only ingredients that were already available in Zurich in 1837. Dried shavings become seasoning components, forgotten vegetables become the star of the evening, and the wine treasure list includes one or two Swiss trouvaille.

Chorgasse 20, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

The Bauernschänke deliberately offers small dishes to share. So you can taste the whole range of cuisine. The dishes are seasonal and complex, yet uncomplicated. There is also an exciting wine list with around 250 labels for every taste.

Rindermarkt 24, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Both the décor of Gamper Restaurant and Marius Frehner's authentic seasonal cuisine are restrained in the best sense of the word. If you cook like he does, the quality of the ingredients must be right, because they are always the focus of his menus.

Nietengasse 1, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland

At Osso, the grill takes centre stage - yet meat plays a supporting role. The menu is full of exciting seasonal vegetable creations. Where meat is used, the "from nose to tail" principle is followed, with a lot of sausage and braising.

Zollstrasse 121, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland
Ethnic Cuisine

The Sala of Tokyo is considered the oldest Japanese restaurant in Switzerland. Since 1981, traditional dishes from the land of the setting sun have been served here, in the heart of Zurich. Whether shabu shabu, sushi, sashimi or tempura, everything tastes authentic and good here.

Schützengasse 5, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland

Here you can enjoy one of the most exclusive fine dining experiences in Switzerland; an Omakase menu in a class of its own. Sushi master Masami Okamoto transforms freshly caught fish and seafood into fine sushi and sashimi and serves them to a lucky few guests.

Zinnengasse 7, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Peace reigns at Didi's and his team's - and right in the middle of the city center. Whether in the secluded garden or the elegant dining room, Didi Bruna's Mediterranean-inspired cuisine is worth a visit all year round. The seasonal dishes on the small menu change often.

Stampfenbachstrasse 32, 8006 Zurich, Switzerland