Discover Restaurants offering the best Healthy food in St. Gallen, Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland. St. Gallen or traditionally St Gall, in German sometimes Sankt Gallen ( Sankt Gallen (help·info); English: St Gall; French: Saint-Gall; Italian: San Gallo; Romansh: Son Gagl) is a Swiss town and the capital of the canton of St. Gallen. It evolved from the hermitage of Saint Gall, founded in the 7th century. Today, it is a large urban agglomeration (with around 160,000 inhabitants) and represents the center of eastern Switzerland. Its economy consists mainly of the service sector. Internationally, the town is known as the home of the University of St. Gallen.
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Culinary variety with a beautiful view. Spacious, flooded with light and offering wonderful views of Lake Constance, our restaurant is the perfect place to let yourself be enchanted by culinary delights. From a cosy dinner for two to special occasions lik
Fantastic restaurant on the outskirts of St. Gallen with amazing views over Lake Constance. In terms of experience, this was probably one of the best restaurants with quality organic ingredients and also great service. The restaurant was very busy for both breakfast and lunch and we could not get seating outside on the terrace, but you can still get amazing views from inside the restaurant. The salad buffet has a perfect and generous variety of options (we recommend the potato salad which was a big hit) along with the cured ham and cheese. For lunch we had organic breaded chicken and chips made by the head chef who was very accommodating. I would strongly recommend this restaurant and terrace for entertaining business clients and also for leisure purposes. Thanks to Edin and the team!
4 based on 18 reviews
Cosy restaurant in the heart of the historic city center. Regional products. 14 Gault Millau Points.
This restaurant had incredible regional food, cooked brilliantly and accompanied by amazing local and European wines. When we requested a dessert that was lactose and nut free, they were more than happy to offer a pear gelato that was not offered on the menu.Attentive service, amazing atmosphere and incredible food - highly recommended stopping here for dinner anytime
5 based on 16 reviews
Nice Food, nice People. Also for Vegetarians.Can be combined with a Drink at the SÃ¼dbar next doors.
4 based on 20 reviews
As a lebanese and a big lover of Lebanese cuisine, I can definitely recommend this restaurant. The buffet on Thursday, Friday and Saturday is the best option you have for a quality price food. The 'loubye b zeit' is simply amazing, it reminded me of my mom food. I definitely recommend it. If you are in St. Gallen, do not miss it.
4 based on 61 reviews
Finally, we got our own Tibits. Expats-we're not likely to get a Whole Foods in Switzerland, but this goes a long ways to addressing the deficit. It was a good idea to have a server lead people to a table, even though it's buffet style, because it gets crowded. That way no on will take your place while you're filling your plate up. I especially recommend the roasted pumpkin salad and the green bean salad, but everything I've tasted is good. Nice selection of drinks too. The desserts look lovely-some day I will splurge.Dear
4 based on 104 reviews
Heeps of tasty morsels: our evening was palate-tickling at its best! a Wonderful experience: haute cuisine but astonishing light and some really nice wine drops, and what a surprise: (all) best wines available by glass - my favourites: a Sauvignon blanc from the Austrian Steiermark and a blend of Syraz and MourvÃ¨dre from the French Languedoc-Roussillon. Food and wine: not really cheap but worth a detour!
4 based on 260 reviews
We dropped in for lunch after visiting the Abbey library.The focaccias were fresh and what made it so pleasant were the friendly staff, who took the time to suggest the right flavour combinations.We sat in the garden at the back of the first floor - peaceful and relaxing.HelloThank you for your nice rating. We look forward to your next visit in the focacceria in St.Gallen.
5 based on 139 reviews
We were visiting family in Switzerland and decided last minute go have a diner after shopping. We entered the restaurant and a friendly waitress told us no problem for table for 4. She went back to get menus, when she shortly talked to a male waiter. He looked us up and down, shaked a head at a waitress... she turned around and walk back apologizing they are âfullâ and recommended some sub-par restaurant for us.My mother in law (80) was truly offended, so were we. We did not look like bums, just regular jeans and jackets. I guess we were not good enough for them... I was never treated so rudely by restaurant in my life and was in much more upscale restaurants...Dear diverMissWe do remember your visit very well and we still are sorry that we could not welcome you in our restaurant that evening. Unfortunately we were fully booked that evening. We had some empty tables in the main restaurant but we also had some large banquets in the upper floors of the restaurant and as we always want to give our best for our costumers we decided not to take more costumers that evening. There was a sign at the entrance door of the restaurant saying: We are sorry, we are fully booked. Obviously you did not see this sign, so we had to tell you again upstairs that we are not able to serve you and we were sorry about it! We would be very happy to welcome you again and prove you that we do know costumer service! Kind regardsThe SchlÃ¶ssli Team
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