New Restaurant at Swissôtel Zurich, “Le Muh”, Anything but Grazing

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Unusual local products and an integrated concept featuring an open bar and cozy seating areas are at the heart of “Le Muh”, the new restaurant at Swissôtel Zürich. Following a complete refurbishment which took two months, the former Restaurant Szenario/Dialog and the Edison Bar are resplendent in their brand new look. From 7th September 2011 guests will be able to discover for themselves that “Le Muh” is anything but grazing.

Le Muh - New restaurant at Swissôtel Zurich

“When we select our dishes, we attach a great deal of importance to seasonal products and native fish and meat varieties such as Bachtel salmon and Luma beef”, says head chef Michael Kuhlmey.

Unusual local products and an integrated concept featuring an open bar and cozy seating areas are at the heart of “Le Muh”, the new restaurant at Swissôtel Zürich. Following a complete refurbishment which took two months, the former Restaurant Szenario/Dialog and the Edison Bar are resplendent in their brand new look. From 7th September 2011 guests will be able to discover for themselves that “Le Muh” is anything but grazing.

From now on, materials such as wood, leather, glass and steel will set the tone at “Le Muh”, with an interior combining high tables, classic seating, lounge elements, a Chef’s Table with a view of the open kitchen and convenient shared tables. The most eye-catching feature of the bar will be the illuminated glass counter. The interior décor of the new “Le Muh” is the work of interior design firm “raum concept GmbH” from Munich, which has made a name for itself in hotel interiors.

“When we select our dishes, we attach a great deal of importance to seasonal products and native fish and meat varieties such as Bachtel salmon and Luma beef,” says head chef Michael Kuhlmey. “We also cultivate vegetable varieties that have faded into obscurity, such as blue potatoes, sourced from Pro Specie Rara, at the Geigelmoos Hof.” General Manager Marc Ohlendorf is also delighted with the new concept: “We are combining pleasure with social commitment by only serving our guests Fair Trade coffee. In mid-August we also acquired seven bee hives with around 100,000 bees, which are on the terrace on the second floor. Next year we will have enough high-quality honey to provide all the honey our restaurant needs, while at the same time actively contributing to our guests’ physical wellbeing.”

The presentation of the food at “Le Muh” will also be something special. Inspired by the Japanese Bento box, the restaurant has created “Le Muh Box”, in which the various courses will be served at the same time.

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