The Menu

Europe

For starters, Maria Gross presents a European fish dish – trout’es Heim. It’s all about a fish and a fruit, so much can be told.  The 38-year-old German became known nation-wide as a jury member in the ZDF „Küchenschlacht“ and as a chef challenging Tim Mälzer in „Kitchen Impossible“ In 2013, she earned her first Michelin star. Today, Maria Gross runs a Landgasthof, a country inn, together with her husband: the restaurant “Bachstelze” in Erfurt, Germany.

Australia

Meta Hiltebrand takes her guests to the far side of the world for the second course: For the Great Barrier Potage, nobody has to sit on a plane for 20 hours. Exciting exotic spices unite lobster and white chocolate and make the guests forget the dreary Zurich winter although there are pretty much sitting in the middle of the Limmat river. The Zurich-bred chef has had her microphone turned down to the minimum by German national TV because she literally wears her heart on her tongue when it comes to cooking.

America

After such a massive dose of girl power, the grand seigneur of the Swiss gastronomy scene makes his entrance:
Donatz, well-known from his former restaurants “Stapferstube” and “Sonnenberg”, has chosen America. This does not come as a surprise, because for years, Donatz was famous for his veal cutlet with morel sauce that still has to find its match. On the Bauschänzli, he will spoil his guests with two kinds of meat: Beef with Donald’s trunk.

Asia

Alfred Prasad then takes the dinner guests to Asia for his take on Deconstruction Lamb – Asian spices, lamb, chick peas, and tandoori mushrooms. But it’s not as simple as it may sound; at least, Prasad is the man who has single-handedly saved the reputation of Indian cuisine in Great Britain and thus has joined the league of the Great British Chefs. He is the youngest chef from India to have been rewarded with a Michelin star.

Africa

Finally, Africa is tempting the guests with a dessert. Karim Schumann announces Sweet Pyramids. The young German of Egyptian ancestry who is a chef at the Waldhaus in Davos and there has sent WEF guests into raptures has found inspiration in the world’s second-largest continent – not only for taste but also for looks.

All courses are available as vegan varieties, and none the less exciting.

Europe

For starters, Maria Gross presents a European fish dish – trout’es Heim. It’s all about a fish and a fruit, so much can be told.  The 38-year-old German became known nation-wide as a jury member in the ZDF „Küchenschlacht“ and as a chef challenging Tim Mälzer in „Kitchen Impossible“ In 2013, she earned her first Michelin star. Today, Maria Gross runs a Landgasthof, a country inn, together with her husband: the restaurant “Bachstelze” in Erfurt, Germany.

Australia

Meta Hiltebrand takes her guests to the far side of the world for the second course: For the Great Barrier Potage, nobody has to sit on a plane for 20 hours. Exciting exotic spices unite lobster and white chocolate and make the guests forget the dreary Zurich winter although there are pretty much sitting in the middle of the Limmat river. The Zurich-bred chef has had her microphone turned down to the minimum by German national TV because she literally wears her heart on her tongue when it comes to cooking.

America

After such a massive dose of girl power, the grand seigneur of the Swiss gastronomy scene makes his entrance:
Donatz, well-known from his former restaurants “Stapferstube” and “Sonnenberg”, has chosen America. This does not come as a surprise, because for years, Donatz was famous for his veal cutlet with morel sauce that still has to find its match. On the Bauschänzli, he will spoil his guests with two kinds of meat: Beef with Donald’s trunk.

Asia

Alfred Prasad then takes the dinner guests to Asia for his take on Deconstruction Lamb – Asian spices, lamb, chick peas, and tandoori mushrooms. But it’s not as simple as it may sound; at least, Prasad is the man who has single-handedly saved the reputation of Indian cuisine in Great Britain and thus has joined the league of the Great British Chefs. He is the youngest chef from India to have been rewarded with a Michelin star.

Africa

Finally, Africa is tempting the guests with a dessert. Karim Schumann announces Sweet Pyramids. The young German of Egyptian ancestry who is a chef at the Waldhaus in Davos and there has sent WEF guests into raptures has found inspiration in the world’s second-largest continent – not only for taste but also for looks.

All courses are available as vegan varieties, and none the less exciting.