Only three short weeks ago a new restaurant opened in Luzern Neustadt.
Zur Werkstatt embraces the consept of a workshop and this is displayed through out the restaurant in the building-kit tables, kitchenware, the use of concrete grey and wood brown colors and pots and pans hanging on the workshop-kitchen wall like hammers and saws would.
At the moment the building facade is under construction (perfect timing for a workshop opening), but once the scaffold is removed even more light will shine through the big restaurant windows.
I had the pleasure of enjoying a really nice brunch at Zur Werkstatt yesterday with my family. In fact we had the entire place to our selves so service was impeccable.
The brunch menu started with “toolboxes” which were attached to the table. In these boxes we found glasses filled with yoghurt, fruit, jam, bread, butter, napkins and extra knives – all the tools we needed to get the brunch going.
We visited with the chef in the kitchen and he made us delicious scrambled eggs filled with whatever we wanted of tomatoes, onions, bacon, cheese and more.
Zur Werkstatt takes brunch over to lunch by serving a larger warm dish around noon. The dish varies and we were lucky because they had just the day before made their own sausages.
Such a treat!
And then it`of course time for dessert. I`m not much of a sweet-tooth but this choclate ice-cream was just right. Cold, fresh and not too sweet.
After the sweet ending of this meal came the bitter pill of the bill. We found that 58,- francs was a bit pricy. Kids pay half.
Also they should add decaf coffee to the menu, but other than these two complaints we all enjoyed our visit, and if she could, my youngest daughter would like to move in.
Zur Werkstatt offers a lot more then just brunch so after reading all the posts on this blog, head on over to their website: zurwerkstatt.ch
This post is not sponsored.