Find out what French restaurants to try in Cham. The Chams, or Cham people, are an ethnic group of Austronesian origin in Southeast Asia. Their contemporary population, a diaspora, is concentrated between the Kampong Cham Province in Cambodia and Phan ...
4 based on 194 reviews
Auf der Karte stehen Schweizer Spezialitaten, inspiriert von der Franzosischen Kuche und von der traditionellen klassisch-gehobenen Schweizer Kuche. Aber auch die regionalen Spezialitaten und die Kasespezialitaten des Gasthauses Rathauskeller sind einziga
After a lacklustre visit to Kunsthaus Zug, we really needed a morale boost. We found it at the Rathauskeller. Fresh, very local fish from the Zugersee and old classics are services with competence and care. One can't go wrong here. Strong wine list too, with Swiss bottles, some of which are quite rare and very interesting.
4 based on 27 reviews
On the main road between Zug and Baar, this restaurant is a real find. They have an excellent weekly menu with summer favourites as well as a comprehensive Ã la carte menu. Food was delicious, service was excellent and super fast, which is ideal for business lunches. There is a large terrace outside.
4 based on 130 reviews
The ambience combines classic and modern elements in the style of a French brasserie. With its pattern of black-and-white tiles, the elongated, uncluttered bar front comes across as an artistic statement, while the walnut floor and intimate lighting creat
Pretty classic place, both in terms of decor, food, service..Our waiter was actually pretty good, friendly, responsive, attentive but not obtrusiveWine list was not very long but decentFood was average though : my coco curry soup was ok but was lacking in anything surprising. The main (poached omble chevalier) had too much sauce, and the side salad was the bare minimumPrices in line...Nothing to really complain about, but nothing making you want to return either
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