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La Salle, Schiffbau, Zurich

Graved Lax aus Schottland mit Honig-Dill-Senfsauce

Kalbsleber mit Schalotten und Kräutern, Gemüsebeilage

So I’ve been to a couple of different places, but La Salle was a new one for me. I’ve never been to a proper restaurant which was this chilly. I know it’s difficult heating a big vast space, but quite frankly I don’t want to be cold when eating dinner. I start of the meal with a salmon and a honey dill sauce that goes with it. It was a collection of rather unelegant and chunky pieces of salmon with a rather normal sauce. One of my favourite swiss dishes is liver, hence I selected the sliced liver with vegetables. Seasoning was okay, but the liver wasn’t. The pieces were cut unevenly, so some of them were cooked through while others were still raw on the inside. Rather disappointing for such a staple swiss dish to have been executed so sloppily. I actually decided to skip dessert and headed to a bar for drinks, to make sure any potential liver bactiera were doused in alcohol. Prices:

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Categories: Dinner
Posted by therealpickygourmet on 5 December 2011

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