Swiss Gastro Award Restaurants 2012

plate of prawns, © newinzurich.com

Fancy going out to eat?  This week the Tages Anzeiger published the winners of the Swiss Gastro Awards for 2012.  Only restaurants which have been open for three years or less, or which have have undergone substantial alteration can enter. These are the Winners of the “Best of Swiss Gastro” Awards 2012:

 

Category: Activity

1. 67 Sixtyseven Sportsbar, Zug

2. Restaurant Golf Gonten, Gontenbad

3. Alpina Stuba, Parpan

 Category: Bar & Nightlife

1. Boilerroom, Winterthur

2. Club Seventy7, Ascona

3. Volkshaus, Basel

Category: Business

1. Noerd Kantine, Zürich

2. PUUR restaurant Balsberg, Kloten

3. Restaurant The Traders, Zürich

Category: Classic 


1. Rosaly’s Restaurant & Bar, Zürich

2. Restaurant Seegarten, Kreuzlingen

3. Commercio, Zürich

Category: Coffee 


1. Einstein Kaffee, Bern

2. Café Ccino, Aarau

3. Pane-Con-Carne, Basel

 Category: Gourmet 


1. Gourmet Schlössli Utenberg, Luzern

2. Restaurant Heimberg, Zermatt

3. Restaurant Essen’z, Brugg

Category: On The Move

1. Wurst & Moritz, Zürich

2. Marché Airport Zürich, Zürich-Flughafen

3. Sternen Grill Provisorium, Zürich

Category: Outdoor

1. Hotel Frutt Lodge & Spa, Melchsee-Frutt

2. Chez Vrony, Zermatt

3. Marina, Ascona

Category: Trend 


1. The Steakhouse, Lachen

2. El Mosquito, Sursee

3. Restaurant Kiosk, Zürich              List courtesy of Tages Anzeiger, Photo NewInZurich

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Helvetia’s Dream – Time-lapse Video of Swiss Mountains by Alessandro Della Bella

Have you seen this fabulous time-lapse video of the Swiss landscape and mountains by Alessandro Della Bella?  It was featured in the Tages Anzeiger newspaper last week.

Entitled “Helvetia’s Dream” it was taken using time lapse photography and shows Switzerland’s mountains in all their glory from Arosa to Zermatt including the Matternhorn and the Eiger.  In the in the Tages Anzeiger article he explains the difficulties involved in capturing the shots during the night and the problems dealing with using his camera in freezing temperatures.

Click here to watch the video.

Alessandro is a professional photographer originally from Arosa but now living in Zurich and NewInZurich met with him when he was photographing the Zurich Film Festival last month and he explained the variety of photography he covers from sporting events, through to Film Festivals and celebrities and of course nature and the mountains.