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Fischers Fritz, Campingplatz Wollishofen, Zurich

Cocos Gemüsekorb für 2 mit Sardellenmayonnaise

Rotaugenknusperli mit Pommes Frites

Summer’s gone but I still have a review left of Fischers Fritz. It took me three attempts to get a table here since it was very well booked. The restaurant has the typical Zurich crowd, with lots of people trying hard to look rich and famous. It was hot and we decided on a fresh appetizer – a basket of vegetables with Sardine mayonnaise. What sounded like a good idea, was a badly executed starter. It was literally some cucumber, radish, zucchini and carrot split down the middle and thrown into a bucket. Too much vegetable and simply a very poor effort. I did like the fish and chips. There’s an actual selection of different types of fish from the lake of Zurich and I got the Common Roach (Rotauge) version. Tasty fish. The place was okay, but there’s not enough privacy and some of the co-diners are a pain in the ass. If you want to try different Fischknusperli (Swiss Fish & Chips) variants, this is a good choice.

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Posted by therealpickygourmet on 18 September 2011
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  1. 09/19/2011

    i had always been curious about this place, especially as my idea of “camping” had nothing to do with a nice restaurant. knowing it was one of michel péclard’s, i figured the quality had to be spot on. the apple strudel is the same as at schober, but everyone i was with ordered the whole fish, and it was sadly (very) over-cooked. the other items on the table were forgettable. the view is great at sundown and the rooms upstairs are cool, perhaps a better spot for a drink…

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  2. 10/3/2011
    Shannon

    The appetizer of essentially whole fresh veggies was foisted on us when we went there for a fondue supper (they had no vegetarian item on the menu). It’s a bizarre starter, sort of like opening your veg bin. Though the dip was nice. The waitress was quite rude – we were disappointed after hearing so much hype about the place.

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