- Main course: Fr.-1
- Food spend: Fr.-1
Set about a block from the Bellevueplatz and the clamour of its tram junctions, this restaurant occupies what looks like a mountain chalet that's incongruously perched on a narrow alleyway amid the midtown urban sprawl. There's a bar on the premises - a half-moon-shaped affair whose clients spill out into the dining room as the evening gets late - but the real appeal here is the reasonably priced, well-prepared food. Part of its allure lies in the hints of California you may detect in the cuisine and the relaxed charm of the staff. (The owner named the restaurant after one he once visited in San Francisco.) The chef here is particularly proud of his butter-braised calves' liver, braised strips of veal prepared "Zurich-style" in cream sauce, and a wide range of salad, vegetarian and fish dishes. A particularly well-received side dish is "Rosaly's rice," prepared with herbs and cheese. During clement weather, consider dining at one of the geranium-flanked tables lined up along the alleyway outside.
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