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Michelin Switzerland 2011

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Fürstenau, Schauenstein, Caminada Andreas, GR (New Star)
Crissier, Philippe Rochat, Rochat Philippe e Violier Benoît, VD


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Basel, Cheval Blanc, Knogl Peter, BS
Satigny/Peney-Dessus, Domaine de Châteauvieux, Chevrier Philippe, GE
La Punt-Chamues, Bumanns Chesa Pirani, Bumann Daniel, GR
Samnaun, Homann's Restaurant, Homann Daniel et Horst, GR (New Star)
Le Noirmont, Georges Wenger, Wenger Georges, JU
Hägendorf, Lampart's, Lampart Reto, SO
Schwyz/Steinen, Adelboden, Wiget Franz, SZ
Ascona, Ecco, Fliegauf Rolf, TI (New Star)
Cossonay, Le Cerf, Crisci Carlo, VD
Lausanne, Anne-Sophie Pic, Pic Anne-Sohpie et R. Guillaume, VD
Montreux/Brent, Le Pont de Brent, Décotterd Stéphane, VD
Vevey, Denis Martin, Martin Denis, VD
Sierre, Didier De Courten, De Courten Didier, VS
Küsnacht, Petermann's Kunststuben, Petermann Horst et Zandonella Rico, ZH
Uetikon am See, Wirtschaft zum Wiesengrund, Hussong Hans-Peter, ZH
Zürich, The Restaurant, Nieder Heiko, ZH (New Star)


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Widen, Ryokan Hasenberg - Usagiyama, Arimura Kenichi, AG
Rehetobel, Gasthaus Zum Gupf, Klose Walter, AR
Bern, Meridiano, Arnold Markus, BE (New Star)
Bern, Schöngrün, Rothen Werner, BE (New Star)
Bern, Wein & Sein, Blum Beat, BE
Bubendorf, Osteria Tre, Garigliano Gianluca, BE (New Star)
Burgdorf, Emmenhof, Schürch Werner, BE
Gstaad, Chesery, Speth Robert, BE
Gstaad, Prado, Gschwend Urs, BE
Interlaken/Wilderswil, Gourmetstübli, Stöckli Richard, BE
Münchbuchensee, Moospinte, Berther Sascha, BE (New Star)
Scheunenberg, Sonne, Mösching Kurt, BE
Sonceboz, Du Cerf, Albrecht Christian et Soldati Jean-Marc, BE
Thörigen, Löwen, Gygax Nik, BE
Basel, Bel Etage, Baader Michael, BS
Basel, Les Quatre Saisons, Moser Peter, BS
Basel, Stucki, Grandits Tanja, BS
Fribourg, Le Pérolles/P.-A. Ayer, Ayer Pierre et André, FR
Fribourg/Bourguillon, Des Trois Tours, Baechler Alain, FR
Anières, Auberge de Floris, Legras Claude, GE
Genève, Buffet de la Gare des Eaux-Vives, Labrosse Serge, GE
Genève, Le Chat Botté, Gauthier Dominique, GE
Genève, Rasoi by Vineet, Banerjee Anupam, GE
Genève, Vertig'O, Manifacier Jérôme, GE
Genève/Cologny, Auberge du Lion d'Or, Dupont G. et Byrne Th, GE
Genève/Thônex, Le Cigalon, Bessire Jean-Marc, GE
Ftan, Paradies - La Bellezza, Göschel Martin, GR
Klosters, Walserhof, Amrein Armin, GR
Samnaun, La Miranda Gourmet Stübli, Zeiser Markus, GR
Sankt Moritz/Champfèr, Jöhri's Talvo, Jöhri Roland, GR
Escholzmatt, Rössli - Jägerstübli, Wiesner Stefan, LU
Luzern, Jasper, Rischmeyer Kerstin, LU
Nebikon, Adler, Tuor-Wismer et Raphael, LU
Weggis, Annex, Rischmeyer Renee, LU
Neuchâtel/Saint-Blaise, Au Bocca, Frôté Claude, NE
Lömmenschwil, Neue Blumenau, Mlinarevic Nenad, SG (New Star)
Mels, Schlüssel - Nidbergstube, Kalberer Seppi, SG
Uznach, KunstHof, Köhli Christoph, SG (New Star)
Schaffhausen, Rheinhotel Fischerzunft, Jaeger André, SH
Flüh, Zur Säge, Suter Felix, SO
Olten/Trimbach, Traube, Sgier Arno, SO
Solothurn, Zum Alten-Zaugg's Zunftstube, Zaugg Andreas, SO (New Star)
Solothurn/Riedholz, Attisholz-le feu, Slascheck Jörg, SO (New Star)
Hurden, Markus Gass zum Adler, Gass Markus, SZ
Altnau, Urs Wilhelm's Restaurant, Wilhelm Urs, TG
Wigoltingen, Taverne zum Schäfli, Kuchler Wolfgang, TG
Ascona, Seven, Adam Ivo, TI (New Star)
Bellinzona, Locanda Orico, Albrici Lorenzo, TI
Lugano, Arté, Oerthle Frank, TI (New Star)
Lugano/Sorengo, Santabbondio, Dalsass Martin, TI
Vacallo, Conca Bella Bos Gian-Luca, TI (New Star)
Lausanne, La Table d'Edgard, Bovier Edgar, VD
Le Mont-Pèlerin, Le Trianon, Zemour Philippe, VD
Montreux, L'Ermitage, Krebs Etienne, VD
Vevey/Chardonne, Le Montagne, Tarnowski David, VD (New Star)
Vevey/Saint-Légier, Auberge de la Veveyse, Ribette Jean-Sébastien, VD
Vevey/Saint-Saphorin, Auberge de l'Onde - La Rôtisserie, Zimmermann Patrick, VD
Vufflens-le-Château, L'Ermitage, Ravet Bernard et Guy, VD
Yvorne, La Roseraie, Rod Christophe, VD
Champéry, C21, Tod Callum, VS
Crans-Montana, Hostellerie du Pas de l'Ours, Reynaud Franck, VS
Mollens, Panorama, Minkmann Niels, VS (New Star)
Saas-Fee, Waldhotel Fletschhorn, Neff Markus, VS
Sion/Vex, L'Argilly, Guerlavais Daniel, VS
Verbier, La Table d'Adrien, Bassi Marco, VS
Vouvry, Auberge de Vouvry, Braendle Martial, VS
Zermatt, Capri, Glowig Oliver, VS (New Star)
Walchwil, Sternen, Weder René, ZG
Gattikon, Sihlhalden, Smolinsky Gregor, ZH
Wetzikon, Il Casale, Colaianni Antonio, ZH
Zürich, Mesa, Lindner Marcus G., ZH
Zürich, Rigiblick-Spice, Nickel Christian, ZH
Zürich, Sein, Surbeck Martin et Nakano Ken, ZH
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Old 29.11.2010, 22:55
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Re: Michelin Switzerland 2011

I was just about to remark that there was none listed in Flums when I saw that there is one just down the road in Mels.

Really though GG, I think you should also provide google map links, home pages and telephone numbers, as well as personal recommendations for each restaurant. Just a thought.
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I was just about to remark that there was none listed in Flums when I saw that there is one just down the road in Mels.

Really though GG, I think you should also provide google map links, home pages and telephone numbers, as well as personal recommendations for each restaurant. Just a thought.
Well, you know . . . as I get round to visiting them . . .
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Old 30.11.2010, 14:08
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Re: Michelin Switzerland 2011

I can highly recommend one of the restaurants mentioned above:

Küsnacht, Petermann's Kunststuben, Petermann Horst et Zandonella Rico, ZH
http://www.kunststuben.com/

Exquisite food. Cosy atmosphere. Not too far from the Küsnacht train station (about 10 mins walk max) - the S16 or S6 gets you in from the Zurich HB in 10 minutes. Service is a little slow at times but overall, worth the experience.
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Re: Michelin Switzerland 2011

I can recommend Widen, Ryokan Hasenberg - Usagiyama, Arimura Kenichi, AG

Best Japanese restaurant in Switzerland. Lunch prices reasonable. Million dollar view.
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I can recommend Widen, Ryokan Hasenberg - Usagiyama, Arimura Kenichi, AG

Best Japanese restaurant in Switzerland. Lunch prices reasonable. Million dollar view.
Lunch prices hardly seem reasonable.
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I can highly recommend one of the restaurants mentioned above:

Küsnacht, Petermann's Kunststuben, Petermann Horst et Zandonella Rico, ZH
http://www.kunststuben.com/

Exquisite food. Cosy atmosphere. Not too far from the Küsnacht train station (about 10 mins walk max) - the S16 or S6 gets you in from the Zurich HB in 10 minutes. Service is a little slow at times but overall, worth the experience.
Trust me - if you have been to Schauenstein you'll realise Petermann's really isn't that great.

Our view was the service was snooty, the food was good but lacked wow factor, and the wine was brutally overpriced for what was just an "acceptable" bottle.

Schauenstein leaves you amazed at what can be created by food. You are wowed by the building, the service, the menu. The wines are expensive but very good - and the attention to detail is incredible. Fully deserving of a 3rd star - and a waiting list that is now until summer next year for Friday/Saturday night.
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I can highly recommend one of the restaurants mentioned above:

Küsnacht, Petermann's Kunststuben, Petermann Horst et Zandonella Rico, ZH
http://www.kunststuben.com/

Exquisite food. Cosy atmosphere. Not too far from the Küsnacht train station (about 10 mins walk max) - the S16 or S6 gets you in from the Zurich HB in 10 minutes. Service is a little slow at times but overall, worth the experience.
My four year old child loves it also, but she likes Ramsay's restaurants better
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My four year old child loves it also, but she likes Ramsay's restaurants better
Don't worry, she'll soon grow out of it.
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Re: Michelin Switzerland 2011

Nice to see the Schauenstein has gained an additional star its been on my list for a while... (shameless hint to OH!! )

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I think you should also provide google map links, home pages and telephone numbers, as well as personal recommendations for each restaurant.
Grumpy try here if you select Switzerland and then tick the best restaurants it will come up with a list and then if you select the individual restaurant then you get all the details/website/phone etc with the route planner situated to the right of the page.
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I can recommend Widen, Ryokan Hasenberg - Usagiyama, Arimura Kenichi, AG

Best Japanese restaurant in Switzerland. Lunch prices reasonable. Million dollar view.
It may be the best in Switzerland but unfortunately this just shows how bad the competition is.

Food was average, service was polite, friendly but not 100% competent. View is pretty but no more so than looking south or west from the Uetliburg. Overall it's disappointing for the price.

If you want good sushi, the country you're in really needs to have a coastline.



Thanks for the list GG, will have a try of the other ones as budget allows
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I know what you mean, but consider that Japan air-freights in a huge amount of seafood, from all over the world.
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Re: Michelin Switzerland 2011

Anyone else surprised that Sankt Meinrad in Zürich didn't make it?

Any other noticeable absences?
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I know what you mean, but consider that Japan air-freights in a huge amount of seafood, from all over the world.
Fair enough, they do know best.

Somehow the fish in Sushi restaurants here is never quite fresh enough. Perhaps I went on a day they hadn't had a fresh shipment in, but have given up getting good sushi locally for the time being.

I long for a Cafe Japan here...

http://www.london-eating.co.uk/319.htm
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Fair enough, they do know best.

Somehow the fish in Sushi restaurants here is never quite fresh enough. Perhaps I went on a day they hadn't had a fresh shipment in, but have given up getting good sushi locally for the time being.

I long for a Cafe Japan here...

http://www.london-eating.co.uk/319.htm
It's just indicative of the sad state of restaurants in Zürich.

There's no reason why Zürich and London should get different quality tuna - they're not a native British fish.
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Grumpy try here if you select Switzerland and then tick the best restaurants it will come up with a list and then if you select the individual restaurant then you get all the details/website/phone etc with the route planner situated to the right of the page.
I think it was very tongue in cheek, as some people really expect everything to be presented to them on a silver plate.

Hmm, I've been to one of those places so far. Guess it's better than none
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It's just indicative of the sad state of restaurants in Zürich.

There's no reason why Zürich and London should get different quality tuna - they're not a native British fish.

Why waste the good fish on a less discriminating population?

Most Swiss probably don't know the difference. At least that is my theory based on having Sushi in Zurich and NY and London. Probably need to go to Tokyo for the really good stuff however. If you aren't used to the best fresh seafood, you probably can't tell the difference. If there is a significant population of Japanese expatriates, I would go where they go.
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Why waste the good fish on a less discriminating population?

Most Swiss probably don't know the difference. At least that is my theory based on having Sushi in Zurich and NY, London. Probably need to go to Tokyo for the really good stuff however. If you aren't used to the best fresh seafood, you probably can't tell the difference.
Trouble is, if no one's going to offer it here, how can you express a preference? (Applies to many things here)
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Lunch prices hardly seem reasonable.
Stick to your league...KFC.
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Stick to your league...KFC.
The food elitists appear
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