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Typical Züri-Menu at Lake-Side Zürich with Crossbow by torchlight

The Zurich classic from the kitchen meets the Swiss classic from history ¬ crossbow shooting

  • Lake-Side

    The Mediterranean restaurant with terrace, bar and conference center scores with its wonderful location right on Lake Zurich. And so you do not have to look at the clock while enjoying it, it has enough parking spaces.

  • Crossbow by torchlight

    The supreme discipline of all the shooting events, also for ladies. The medieval “weapons” guarantee points and the best will be honoured at the end of this team competition. No previous knowledge of crossbow shooting required and you don’t have to be William Tell to hit the apple. An experienced guide will introduce you to this fascinating and ancient sport. And besides, the whole thing is twice as fun with torchlight.

  • The culinary highlight

    Aperitif during the Crossbow shooting by torchlight
    Mulled wine , tea & snacks

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    Swiss salad
    with bean sprouts, carrots ,radishes, croutons and house dressing

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    Sliced “veal ” Zurich style ”
    with mushroom creme sauce with fresh butter noodles

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    Caramel flan with whipped cream

Suitable for

Indoor, Outdoor

Included

All materials, protective equipment, instructions and supervision by qualified eventerlebnis guides and the menu

Options / tips

The menu suggestion can be adjusted according to your wishes.

Place

Zurich

Not included

Arrival / departure journey of group, drinks

Special Clothing

Warm casual clothing, jacket, warm shoes, hat and gloves

Informations to the Offer

10 up to 50 persons up to 10 persons (Delux)

(Larger groups on request)

Other requirements

Nothing in particular

Time needed

3 up to 4 hours

Operating

Christmas

Price (CHF)

All prices per person excl. 7.7% VAT

CHF 172.00

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