Markus Stöckle brought a piece of Bavaria to Zurich, when he opened ROSI, a neo-tavern that features recipes from both his grandmother and royal chefs to German kings alike. Stöckle combines tradition and innovation like no other by re-envisioning the food he grew up with. For one night, he leaves ROSI to his crew and embarks on a food and booze fueled journey through Zurich.
Always with him: his partner and Dessert Queen of Zurich Elif Oskan, as well as his gastronomic partners and friends Patrick Schindler and Valentin Diem. After a Negroni at Bar Sacchi and with some wine to-go, the group hops in the van to get to the first stop, Bauernschänke, where they are greeted by head chef Nenad Mlinarevic. A few pork belly tacos later, the gang heads to Küsnacht, where Markus once had an eye-opening culinary experience.
At Chez Crettol, the best spot for cheese dishes in Zurich, they eat tasty fondue and raclette and get invited for a look around the wine cellar. After a quick stop at Gamper Bar for some oysters with a little lamp destruction on the side, the group heads back to ROSI for a late-night snack (soggy burgers!) with friends, family and the staff.