Zug (German: Zug, [tsuːk] ( listen); French: Zoug; Italian: Zugo; Romansh: Zug; Neo-Latin Tugium), is an affluent municipality and town in Switzerland. The name Zug originates from fishing vocabulary; in the Middle Ages it referred to the right to pull up fishing nets and hence to the right to fish.
Things to do in Zug
4.5 based on 169 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 einzigartig. Die Qualitat stimmt, die Zutaten sind immer frisch und werden unverfalscht zubereitet. Was man im Rathauskeller - Zunftstube oder Bistro - geniesst, sind weitgehend eigene Kreationen, manchmal auch bekannte Klassiker modern interpretiert. Selten wird die Schweizer Kuche so kreativ und doch marktfrisch umgesetzt. Ziel ist es, dem Gemuse, Fleisch oder Fisch seinen wahren ursprunglichen Geschmack zu entlocken, deren ureigene Aromen verwegen gegeneinander auszuspielen und so optimal zur Entfaltung zu bringen. Und der richtige Wein tragt seinen nicht unwichtigen Teil dazu bei. So teilt der Gast die Freude mit dem Koch, und gediegen serviert ist das Erlebnis doppelt so gross.
In a cosy environment directly in the old town, you can choose some excellent meals very well presented by an efficient service team. The beef steak that I tried was really succulent!
4 based on 122 reviews
Restaurant with great atmosphere and lots of choices on their menu. Food is great, nice staff and a good view over the lake
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Chutzpah! The prices are astronomical, they do not have any correlation with the quality of the food, which is mediocre. The waiters have no knowledge of Thai food. They were pleasant enough, but neophytes and clueless about Thai food, nonetheless. One thing must be said: if you get a table by the window on a nice day, the views of the lake and sun setting behind the Alps may help you heal some of the sticker shock. So dear owners, rename this restaurant: Buenavista Restaurant (which serves Thai food)
4 based on 94 reviews
For many decades the restaurant „Bären“ has been the meeting point for the people of Zug. In the restaurant Bären you can find traditional home – made food. The Entrecôte served on a hot stone» as well as the famous «Cordon Bleu» – offer are the Bären-Classics that you need to try! The Restaurant Bären is full of tradition and one of the oldest restaurants in the city of Zug. It is located in the heart of the new town on the corner of Baarer- and Metallstrasse. Our Host Marlies Widmer and our Head Chef Thomas Janser wish you «En guete!»
This is an excellent, very busy schnitzel house with a good array of cordon bleu. My selection was filled with ham and rachlete cheese - cooked to perfection. My colleague had a delightful steak on a hot stone. The place seemed popular with both locals and expats. Without a doubt, the best meal I had over 3 nights in Zug.
4 based on 131 reviews
We are taking the restaurant Widder back to life and are happy to welcome you back starting in April. We are delighted to serve our customers with the highest quality of food, prepared with a lot of love and passion. We are looking forward seeing you at the restaurant!
I tried to find a quite place in Zug for dinner and found Restaurant Widder
The tables with white table cloths attracted me as it looked classy.
And there were not that many people.
So, perfect for me.
Luckily, the food quality correlated with what I subjectively perceived when initially looking at this establishment from outside.
I had pasta with veal and tiramisu. Both dishes had a good standard.
The tiramisu eventually was a bit too try but this really depends on what you are used to.
The service is good as well.
And the price totally OK.
You also get a kind of amuse-bouche, some good Italian ham with crackers.
I only was surprised in the end about the fact that I did not get a Limoncello.
This would have rounded off the nice experience.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
This is an unassuming place. Once in you wonder did I end up in the right place. Well...once the waiter comes..you know you landed. Excellent service..top food and great wine. Good value as well for Zug . This is a fantastic place....gotta go...and we will be back..
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Italian Speciality Restaurant We want you to feel the experience. Italian kitchen with the right touch, and care for details. The right flavors accented with rosemary, thyme or a Chef's Secret. We try every dish to surprise the right note. Mediterranean cuisine in our restaurant we do not want to be ordinary, we always try a new way of doing every day. If a fish done in the oven, a Saltimbocca or just a pasta or pizza - something special you will always find.
Wonderful place for meetings with family friends and business If you pass by the Swiss do not miss the opportunity to taste a typical Italian food...We appreciate his kind words and for sharing with us his impressions, Thanks!!
4 based on 116 reviews
How is it possible that Switzerland has a place that has the best hamburger ever? I have eaten at many of restaurants all over the US and no burger comes anywhere close to the one I had at Pier 41. I recommend you stop at...MoreDear Rob E Thank you very much for your nice review. We are very proud to hear that our burger was the best you have ever eaten. We look forward to seeing you soon again. Your PIER 41 Team
4.5 based on 246 reviews
Tradition gepaart mit gastronomischer Qualitat und einzigartigem Ambiente.
Went with friends for a special dinner. First, Aklin's location is very special. Located in the Old Town of Zug, the setting is picturesque and unique.
The inside of the restaurant is intimate and the service led by the restauranteur Gregory Walker is so special that makes you feel like a king from the minute you arrive until the last sip of Etter sherry brandy.
The food deserves another paragraph. A very special one. The meat comes from the butcher downstairs. We had a Chateaubriand with bearnaise sauce. As Chef Gordon Ramsay says: "It is to die for"
For me, it is a required stop if you are in Zug, Zurich, Swiss and Europe :)
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Fischmark offers very tasty Italian food in cosy surroundings in the scenic Old Town of Zug close to the lake. The service was warm and friendly, the wine list is extensive and good value by Swiss standards. Portions are in line with Italian norms - so the ravioli is a primo platte serving. The Panna cotta was very tasty to close and we would certainly return. Three courses at dinner with wine and sparkling water was CHF 80 a person.
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