A few weeks back, I took the tram to Seefeld. It was already dark and my goal was an unknown restaurant next to stop Fröhlichstrasse: Schlüssel. A warm welcome invited me in, and after getting a wonderful glass of the suggested wine, I felt at home. Whenever I’ll want a meal in a friendly, unpretentious, homely environment, I’ll be back. And hope that the Hacktätschli (meatballs with mashed potatoes) are still on the menu, which is small. But in this case, small is better. Only downside, it’s closed Saturday and Sunday. Schlüssel, Seefeldstrasse 177 More restaurant tips
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