The set lunch menu at Club Suizo is highly recommended with dishes such as the knöpfli – a kind of small gnocchi, made with butter and cheese – or Swiss bratwurst, which has a much more delicate flavour than the German variety and is made with veal. Wednesday is the most Swiss day of the week, when, in addition to what’s on the regular menu, you also might find a good rösti, defined as a ‘non-egg Spanish omelette’: the potato is held together with butter and baked with cheese, and it usually accompanies a creamy beef stew.
The hackbraten is a mince pie of German origin that is sometimes stuffed with spinach. The Italian part of the country comes in the form of macaroni with apple. An exclusive supplier helps make it possible for them to serve such interesting dishes, such as bündnerfleisch – tender cured beef from the Alps that comes directly from Sankt Gallen.