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Muggenbühl, Muggenbühlstrasse, Zurich

Chateubriand

Muggenbühl is now being run by Ernst Bachmann (president of Gastro Zurich) after the Restaurant Bahnhof Wollishofen was closed. The restaurant radiates a Classy Beiz feeling and has an interesting garden, including a tarp to keep leaves and other stuff from falling onto the diners. Still if you want traditional Beiz feeling, this is the place to go for. The Chateaubriand was what we went for and were eager to get our hands on the meat. Overall it was a decent piece of meat, but part of the side dishes screamed convenience. The vegetables and the potato croquettes just deterred the dining experience. My personal expectation is to get fresh food and it would do justice to the meat to serve less, but homecooked vegetables with it. In terms of sizing the dish was good, it was served in two separate identical helpings. Finances:

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Posted by therealpickygourmet on 8 February 2010

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