Allgäu sausage salad, schnitzel or freshly baked pretzels served with Bavarian olive oil: these are just some of the delicacies on the menu at the Rosi restaurant.
Guests are given a warm welcome at the Rosi restaurant, not far from Langstrasse and Lochergut in Zurich’s creative Kreis 4 quarter. They are then taken on a culinary journey through the Alpine area of Switzerland, Austria, and – the homeland of chef Markus Stöckle – Bavaria. The modern and creatively interpreted classic dishes delight fans of down-to-earth yet top-quality cuisine.
Small wooden tables placed close together, pale-pink walls, dark-blue paneling, and a friendly service all go towards creating a cozy ambiance, just like at a friend’s house. In summer, guests can take a seat at one of the small pink bistro tables in front of the restaurant and watch all the hustle and bustle going on outside.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Rosi also serves up a special Bavarian-style brunch.