Kronenhalle, a bar next to the local gallery, is a real beauty with a variety of colors and ice.
In an old building in the center of Zurich, it looks pretty good. I like this environment better. It's tall and the dishes are local cuisine, but I think European dishes look similar.
As a rain disrupted our schedule in Zurich, we went to this famous restaurant to find out. I was very nervous without an appointment. The waiter greeted us and greeted us to the second floor. Only my mother and I, and a waiter serves us. How to put it, if you think it is preferential treatment, it is fine! After all, it is the feeling of chartering. It can also be understood as not wanting to affect the regular customers on the first floor. After all, the faces of Asian tourists do not seem to be in harmony with the whole. My feeling is the latter. The Swiss are generally very pragmatic and will not struggle with making money. As for the dishes, they ordered their special beef offal (that is, the various parts of the beef are stewed together, and then each one is cut and served on a plate). The first meal was avocado with crab salad, I ordered Swiss white wine, and the dessert was French caramel bream. Give it 4 stars for the taste, and the price is in line with Michelin.
This is more than just a restaurant, the Kronenhalle, which is comparable to the art gallery, is the pride of Zurich. Kronenhalle has long been an ideal place for artists and writers. Friedrich Duerenmatt, James Joyce and Marc Chagall have all left their footprints here.
Kronenhalle is a legendary old restaurant, it is not an exaggeration to say that it is the world's top luxury restaurant. Located in a very ordinary street, a very ordinary old building, you will pass by without paying attention. But when you walk into the store, you can see Miro, Chagall, Picasso...115 world-class paintings, all authentic.