we went as a group of five food and wine loving friends with rather high expactations. finally a place that dedicates itself to the guidelines of slow food! unless we had booked an evening pretty close to the end of season where - in the very right consequence of the slow food spirit - the menu had been slightly reduced but still sounded amazing with honestly nothing more to wish for. as we couldn't really decide and wished to be able to try the widest variety possible, we asked for a surprise menu with accompanying wines to be chosen by the chef de service. the following three hours we were lucky to enjoy not only an outstanding menu served in several courses and a very attentive service but also did we have the pleasure of learning a lot about the products used, the fondly selected producers with their personal stories and the young history and concept of the restaurant. the kitchen understands to give traditional ingredients a new look, all courses were arranged thoughtfully and pleasing to the eye without leaving the bitter taste of the chef wanting too much. the result can only be: if you are into food and want to know more about the wonderful products you are lucky to enjoy - go there. and if you just love great food - go there and give them a chance to make you want to know more. what you are about to experience is not a waiter reciting dry facts about a potato farmer or a wine producers, it is a team of ambitious restaurateurs who believe in their work and the importance of sustainable gastronomy, and love to share their knowledge with you in a very sympathetic and convincing but not at all insincere way. definitly a culinary night to remember, from the mild vinegar with a hint of honey to prepare our tongues for the following dinner to a well selected range of digestifs to end with, this first feast at stüva will surely not have been our last.
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