For people somewhat familiar with Michelin type dinning experiences, Tramin offers something a little different. It´s a small restaurant with a very relaxed setting, opposite the more formal and sometimes even "stuffy" environment you would normally find at a Michelin starred restaurant.
The Tramin staff is also lots of fun, joking with us at times, and one of them even had (lots of) tattoos.
Tramin also doesn´t have the "regular" tasting menu: we inform the chef of anything we don´t like or are allergic to, and then pick the number of plates we want.
We went for the 7 plate menu with wine parings, and all together we had about 11 different dishes.
As you might expect, the quality of the food, the ingredients, the presentation, and the wines, is top notch. Every detail was almost always perfect.
The only negative thing I can point to, and that kept this dinning experience from ranking up there with other Michelin star experiences, was the fact that of the 5 main dishes, 4 were fish with matching white wines. Even though there was nothing wrong with the "Riesling", for my personal taste, the best white wine does´t come close to a great red wine. And of course, I also prefer meat over fish :-)
The price was 300 Euros plus tip.
Overall, very good dinning experience, that I recommend.