Swiss Chuchi is a restaurant we found in a lovely square in Zurich. We chose the restaurant to try something authentically Swiss and ordered Raclette which reminded me of Teppanyaki dish. Raclette is basically a plate of any type of meat served with cheese, pickled onion, gherkins, tomato, mushroom and baby corn. An electric grill and a small pan is placed on the table before the food is served. You grill your meat or sausage and melt the cheese in the pan and eat. Our waiter recommended to use some paprika, and we did sprinkle some in the grilled cheese. The waiter gave us a postcard of the restaurant as a souvenir. According to the information on the postcard, the restaurant is operated by Hotel Adler adjacent to the restaurant which is situated at Rosengasss 10, Zurich. If you want to try something Swiss, I think it’s a good place to start with. The restaurant staff were extremely friendly and helpful.