Reviews on Swiss food in Bad Ragaz, Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Bad Ragaz is a municipality in the Wahlkreis (constituency) of Sarganserland in the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland.
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TÃ¼rmli is located next to the railway station and has a menu with solid seasoned dishes. I had asparagus with lamb and it was very good. They have good opening hours being open on Sundays.
4 based on 73 reviews
Visitors, guests of other hotels and locals all feel at home at Hotel Schloss Wartenstein. Whether for a lunch, an ice cream in the afternoon, a post-work beer with the regulars, an aperitif in front of the open fire or in the Schlossbar or dinner in the
I don't think I've ever eaten in a restaurant with such spectacular views and I'm happy to say that the food was equally good. I was dining with a fairly large group so we had a set menu that comprised a delicious autumnal salad of shaved carrot, baby leaves and sunflower seeds, Zurich style veal with papardelle and an amazing Toblerone mousse.Local wines from Maiendorf complemented the meal beautifully and I left thoroughly impressed and very keen to come back. If you can, try to get a seat by the window at sunset - you won't be disappointed!
4 based on 68 reviews
Get in there fast before everyone finds out about this new restaurant. The food is delicious and the presentation is first class. To my fellow Brits, I would describe it as a Gastropub - a combination of top class food at reasonable prices in a friendly setting. Sit outside and watch the world stroll by with a cool glass of what you fancy. I had to go several times to work my way through the menu. A gem.
4 based on 213 reviews
We visited this restaurant on a Sunday evening. The weather was perfect and the veranda tables all occupied with guests enjoying the wonderfull views. We had a table inside and from the moment we sat down, we were spoilt with wonderfull service, great food and outstanding local wine. We started with fresh asparagus and we then had porkbelly with black truffels (best I ever had!), my friend a filet and his partner the tafelspitz. All eashed down with a local bottle of Malans Lauber cab. Could not have wished for better food, friendlier and more professional service. A great place to visit, well worth a journey. Tip - this is a popular restaurant, reserve well in advance a table outside on a nice day. Parking could be a problem but tgere is a large parking area 100 meters from rhe restaurant.
4 based on 45 reviews
What a place, what a view, what a food, how many history! Inside you can have a perfect experience about the history at the place, and outside you can have a wonderful view of the city.
4 based on 155 reviews
We discovered this restaurant on a late evening walk.Staff were super friendly. Very accommodating as we arrived at 8.30 with no reservation.The food here is top of the range. They were good size portions for the calibre of the dining. We had veal and calves liver, absolutely delicious. BUT a small bottle of water cost more than a half litre of beer 6.50CHF v 6.00CHF.88CHF altogether for one course and a drink for 2 people.Switzerland is expensive, that's a given, but the food was good.
4 based on 145 reviews
This is a family-friendly restaurant serving Italian food with an emphasis on pizza. On two subsequent visits on a Saturday night and Sunday lunch (the only restaurant open) the place was packed with large families.On Saturday night we waited to place our order. Our waiter (was it Severino?)was the only male amongst the female staff and he took his sweet time coming to our table.We waited for our meals which were not delivered by our waiter. We had been handed off to one of the female staff. The food was tasty. We asked for the check and watched our waiter busy himself for twenty minutes clearing other tables and resetting them. No regard for the customers, just intent on recovering the tables. Finally, we realized he wasn't going to help us, so we asked a complete stranger (Christina) to bring us the bill.We repeated our mistake the following day (no other restaurants open) and went back for lunch. This time we were served by Fatima who promptly took our order. She delivered my Wiener Schnitzel but forgot my wife's pizza. Every ten minutes Fatima would stop by our table to blurt out "Pizza is coming!" Meanwhile, she continied to deliver pizza after pizza to the families surrounding us. Twenty minutes later, we demanded to know what was happening. She responded that "Pizza takes a long time!" Certainly, pizza does not take 45 minutes to cook? She offered my wife a free coffee while she waited. We declined and paid the bill and left and went across the street to the gas station and bought a sandwich. It was pathetic.The restaurant has several things going for it, but the staff is poorly trained and inattentive.Very, very unsatisfied. Avoid unless you enjoy waiting... and waiting.
4 based on 79 reviews
The Restaurant in the Park has dedicated itself to the culinary richness of Heidi country, with the fresh, original, quality products of the region at its centre. Thanks to the inspirational and visionary style, local specialities take on surprising new d
We'd eaten here occasionally in past years. This year we found a refurbished and brighter restaurant. Friendly service, limited Easter menu (at least it was open, unlike many other spots in Bad Ragaz). Food was OK (as it usually is in Switzerland, but not distinctively better than many other restaurants.Dear guestThank you very much for your visit in the restaurant Im Park. We would also like to thank you for the time you have taken yourself, to tell us about your impressions. We do everything we can to improve our services constantly. Your feedback helps us to examine and adjust our standards. We would be looking forward to welcome you again in our restaurant. Until that, we wish you a nice time.Sunny greetings from Bad Ragaz,your HostsMonica&Rudolf Weber with Tamina Team
4 based on 106 reviews
Typically Swiss! Here, the atmosphere is traditional and cosy, and the menu is simple. Dishes of the day, regional specialities, fondues, open wines and draught beer. Get to know and savour our regional and Swiss specialities. Capuns (chard leaf parcels),
Local dishes such as cheese fondue , fondue bourguignonne and Zuercher Geschnetzeltes are all on offer in the Zollstube and the dishes we sampled there were invariably of good quality and well prepared. There are two separate rooms so if you are not eating the cheese fondue you can avoid your clothes smelling of cheese which is a good idea. Service is good and the whole atmosphere is very relaxed and there are plenty of good and reasonably priced local wines on the menu. We ate twice there and once again strongly recommend visiting this restaurant which is very much less formal than some of the other restaurants in the Grand Hotel Bad Ragaz during your stay.Dear Mr. Michael J,thank for rating all our restaurants after your stay at the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz. We are pleased to share your comments with the entire team of the restaurant Zollstube. We wish you all the best and looking forward to welcome you soon again.Warm regards, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz AGMarco R. ZanolariGeneral Manager Grand Hotels
4 based on 195 reviews
We visited Wirtshaus LÃ¶wen on recommendation of the Grand Hotel Bad Ragaz. We were not disappointed. From the moment we arrived we were warmly greated and felt 100% at home. Everybody spoke English and respected me trying out my poor German. The traditional atmosphere, wonderfully decorated Easter themed tables and well prepared dishes were much appreciated. The owners touch (Rosa-Elisabeth and Andreas) can be clearly seen. I had a Spanish pork chop and my wife a hamburger - both done to perfection. The Rioja Reserva wine I ordered was sold out, but a huge credit to the owner's integrity that brought us a similar Spanish wine at a price less than the one we ordered. This restaurant is a 'must visit' when in Bad Ragaz.
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