Lamb is normally fried for a short time at very high temperatures except for leg of lamb or a roast, which are best prepared by low temperatures in order not to lose any taste. The core temperature should not exceed 67 degrees if you want the meat to stay medium.
Lamb is barbecued at appr. 220 degrees - swift and very hot. Marinate the tenderloin or the chops for a few hours (or the day before if possible). This makes the meat particularly tasty.
Like all meat, lamb should be stored in the fridge. If well sealed, it will keep fresh a couple of days. Also storable in the freezer.
Lammracks (IRL) CHF 59.– pr.kg
Tenderloin (IRL) CHF 59.– pr.kg
When you have barbecued the steak on both sides, you can decide if you have reached the desired cooking time by pressing the meat with your finger.
To decide the right cooking time:
Rare: Loosen your hand. Now press your index finger onto the heel of your hand which should feel very soft.
Medium: Press together your thumb and middle finger. The heel of your hand should now feel a bit firmer which means the meat is medium cooked.
Well done: Press together your thumb and your ring finger. The heel of your hand will now feel very firm and your meat is well done.
Fillet of beef (IRL) CHF 109.– pr.kg
Entrecôte (CH) CHF 83.– pr.kg
Ribey (IRL) CHF 78.– pr.kg
We want you to feel welcome and cared for in our restaurant and that is why we aim to present a whole range of home made products to eat in or take-away. In addition to our well known ‘Bahnhöfli Bratwurst’ (Sausage) there are many other specialities you can enjoy at home.
Salad dressing from CHF 1.50
Mättmibräu (Beer) CHF 3.50 Bottle 0.33l
Sausages from CHF 2.–
Hamburer from CHF 3.–
Italian Meatloaf to bake at home CHF 16.– pr. Kg
Make sure that the tuna is very fresh. Only use tuna which is also suitable for raw consumption. If you fry the tuna in a pan, make sure that it isn’t too cold when you put it in the hot oil.
Rinse under running water and dry with kitchen paper. Some professional chefs rub it with low-salt herb butter, others use ground black pepper. In any case: don’t salt the steaks before frying them
Tuna (PHL) CHF 68.– pr.kg
There has always been some confusion about the right denomination of this particular crustacean. Don’t let that distract you!
In Spain they say gambas and in Italy they are called gamberi. In Swiss retail outlets the smaller ones are called shrimps, the bigger ones king prawns.
Black Tiger Shrimps DF (VIE) CHF 60.– pr.kg
If you put the fish on a very hot grill it will immediately develop a very thin crust, which will make it easier to lift of the grill when finished. The coals should be glowing red. To further prevent the fish sticking to the grill, only turn it once. It is also recommended to oil the fish before barbecuing it. Put the fish on the bbq with the skin side up first. When the salmon, after turning it once, has reached the cooking point, you can use a spatula to very easily separate the skin and the meat.
Fresh salmon (SCO) CHF 52.– pr.kg
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