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4 based on 14 reviews
Excellent food and good value. Charming restaurant!
3.5 based on 16 reviews
taking a lunch break on a quiet Tuesday. just a couple of tables occupied.
friendly and polite tall young man serving us promptly.
we choose a two-person plate, which actually starts with a mixed salad. the plate consists of shashlic beef, gyros, Turkey filet and pork, accompanied by rice and baked potatoes.
overall nice lunch break. recommendable
3 based on 52 reviews
A typical German restaurant converted into an Asian restaurant, isn't the prettiest site one can enjoy Asian food. The restaurant offers a good range of Chinese and Thai dishes. Be there over lunch, they offer a special menu with fairly priced dishes. The Spring Roll and the Thai chicken curry is served in a large bowl, warm with steamed rice. Nice in taste even though the chef used a bit too much of coconut cream/milk in the dish. One get fresh cut fruit served in glass. The restaurant is located just behind the German custom clearance office. Worthwhile to try.
4 based on 29 reviews
We visited Ochsen several times while staying in Bad Zurzach in June/July 2011. We were not expecting exceptional Italian food and service tucked away in this small village - wow were we surprised! I would highly recommend the pastas - in particular the Ricotta Ravioli and the Pear and Gorganzola Tortellini. Delicious!
We also visited with a very large party (13 people) and the service was fantastic. The food was expedited efficiently and everyone was very pleased. I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are looking for lovely Italian food in a pleasant setting (they have patio dining). They are also really friendly with children (mine are 5 & 7) and there are several toys in the front to keep the kids busy. Well worth a visit!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Der Besuch bei Barbara im Zieglers ist immer sehr nett. Insbesondere wenn man nicht den ganzen Abend in der Hotel Bar verbringen will in Zurzach. Im Zieglers fühlt man sich immer willkommen, und gut aufgehoben.
5 based on 10 reviews
Sehr freundlicher Empfang und schönes Ambiente. Die Speisekarte ist klein, aber für uns gerade richtig. Fein und auserlesen. Wir haben uns für ein Gericht auf der Schiefertafel entschieden und wurden nicht enttäuscht. Geschmackvoll gekocht und vom Küchenchef persönlich serviert. Kommen ganz sicher wieder.
4 based on 3 reviews
Einfaches, aber gutes Restaurant hoch über Bad Zurzach. Schön gelegen, kleine Kapelle daneben und sehr gemütliches altes Restaurant. Kleine, aber gut durchdachte
Speisekarte. Das Essen ist schmackhaft und es gibt auch eine Dessertkarte mit viel Auswahl, nebst selbst gebackenen Süssigkeiten. Service und Preise sind ganz o.k.
4 based on 53 reviews
Right at the top of the tower, Bad Zurzach’s landmark, you find the famous Panorama Restaurant. While you are enjoying the wonderful views over Bad Zurzach, the banks of the Rhine and the Black Forest, two floors beneath our culinary artists are preparing refined cuisine and specialities – such as the «Tower-Flambi-Skewer», which is flambeed directly at your table. Another speciality of the house is our «large pieces», served for at least two people, such as Chateaubriand, rack of lamb or Swiss veal loin with mountain honey. Generally speaking, at the Panorama Restaurant we offer you creative and varied cuisine with market-fresh ingredients and mostly local produce. Furthermore, lovers of gourmet cuisine with food intolerances are also sure to get their money’s worth as many of the dishes are free of meat, gluten or lactose. The Panorama Restaurant has recently been complemented by the new «Sky Bar». We’re not going to reveal anything else – just come along and see for yourself. And you don’t have to wait for a special occasion to treat yourself... We believe you have earned it!
4 based on 16 reviews
The people of Zurzach apparently call their little town the 'Flecken' and the very traditional 'Gasthaus zum Schlüssel' (Inn to the Key) on the Hauptgasse (main street) also 'Fleckenbeizli'.
There is a big golden painted key above the entrance of this simple looking, traditional building and in summer there are some tables and chairs on the sidewalk. Inside it is a typical Swiss 'Wirtsstube', a local tavern-style pub with wooden beams on the ceiling and the round 'Stammtisch' (regular's table) in a corner. In the back there is even a 'Fumoir', a separate room for smokers.
We had read that the place is famous for its liver and this is what we ordered. My wife had 'Leberli mit Steinpilzen' (Porcini mushrooms), while I went for the 'Leberli an Calvados mit Apfelstücken' (Small cuts of liver with apple pieces and Calvados, the famous Norman apple brandy). As a garnish we both ordered 'Rösti' (the very Swiss way of preparing potatoes - a bit like Hash Browns). All was phantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed the lunch.
The dishes came on preheated plates, which were put on top of a big wooden plate. With it we drank the local Zurzach mineralwater, since we were after all in one of Switzerland's best-known spas. Service was impeccable too by a lady, who told us, when asked, that she is originally from Romania, although with a very good knowledge of German. We also appreciated the fact that the chef himself passed by to wish us a 'Bon Appetit'.
4 based on 25 reviews
Short waiting times, a bright friendly atmosphere, the large sun Terrace with 60 seats and the warm meals throughout the day make the Therme Bistro with 110 seats a popular meeting point after a trip to the thermal spa, or for a quick, healthy lunch, before returning to work. Our holiday guests also treasure the restaurant - where else can you simply forget about time and enjoy a warm meal at any time between 11.00 and 21.30? And if you are just looking for a quick snack, the Therme Bistro as well as the new pool bar offer daily fresh, home-made cakes, Bircher muesli, fresh fruit and other sweet treats. The wide selection of dishes on offer at the Therme Bistro range from a variety of breakfasts, daily lunch specials, seasonal à la carte selections, special children's menus, a rich salad buffet, dessert buffet and two variations of the Papa Moll family meal.
Our family spent one night at the Thermalquellen Resort after Luftansa had cancelled our flight and arranged accommodations for us at this resort/hotel thirty minutes by cab from Zurich Airport. We had vouchers to dine at the cafe style restaurant attached to the resort and had a fine meal with a make your own salad bar , Grilled chicken/Bratwurst and fries. Not gourmet but simple, hearty and filling.
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