I have been a few times for lunch. Staff is friendly, short but quality menu. New premises are huge, so never's too crowded, and the terrace is always a good choice if weather is OK. Will come back for sure!
Fried fish fillets (Fischknüsperli) came "only" with salad - but a huge pile of lovely green and red curly salad leaves. French dressing excellent, tartar sauce also good - I'm not a fan but this was lemony and complemented the fish. Wonderful place to sit...More
This place has character and the food was really really good. I had the steak with vegetables and baby new potatoes. The steak was perfectly cooked, medium-rare. It was very tender and delicious! The vegetables were also very nicely cooked, still crunchy. It's pricey but...More
I went a few times for lunches there and it is a fancy but very good restaurant. The service is more or less good. The atmosphere in the old factory is fine but I wouldn't go with clients there. Attractive price but small menu.
This is a lunch restaurant and as such it does it's job. The atmosphere is good. The service is variable - I'm not used to getting my food handed over my business partners shoulder in a white cloth restaurant... On my last visit the califlower...More
G27 is a fancy restaurant in the “Giesshübel” area. It is in an old factory and is only open during lunchtime, except on Thursday where the restaurant is also open in the evning. Well done lunch menu with rapid service. Good quality food at attractive...More
This is basically an empty building you can rent out for private parties, with a full kitchen and two bars. I've been here for 2 dinners with my company. Sparsely but elegantly decorated, and the food was beautifully presented and tasted great! The first room...More
I was here for lunch with 2 friends. The service is friendly and quick. We were all happy with the quality of our food. Three different plates, all well presented and extremely tasty. They have some kind of 'homemade' taste/look. The restaurant itself is interestingly...More
G27 was obviously a workshop or garage at some point in its life. The neighbourhood and bare-bones interior surely attest to that, and this reviewer feels a bit lazy to research the deeper history or meaning of this locale. However, tucked away at the front...More