Rote Wand Chef’s Table
Culinary specialities extraordinaire in the Rote Wand Schualhus. Built in 1780, Zug’s old schoolhouse accommodated the alpine dairy and the school for a long time. Today, all those looking for culinary delights that are in a class of their own have come to the right place at the Rote Wand Schualhus: they can try the Rote Wand Jausestuba on the ground floor or the Chef’s Table on the top floor.
Max Natmessnig has been the “form teacher” for providing extra tuition in gourmet experiences at the Chef’s Table in the Rote Wand Schualhus since 2017. The native Lower Austrian has cooked his way from the “Steirereck” in Vienna to the “Oud Sluis” three-star temple in the Netherlands through to the “Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare” in New York in less than 10 years.
From the very front row, you experience at the Chef’s Table in Zug’s old schoolhouse how the Rolling Pin climber of the year and his chefs Daniel, Julian and Jakob compose, create, stage, dress and serve a meal of between 16 and 19 courses made from mainly regional products before your very eyes. Accompanied by corresponding drinks at every course, an unforgettable gourmet experience is created at the Chef’s Table – second to none in the Alps. Incidentally, it is an experience awarded a sensational 18 points and, hence, three chefs’ hats, by Gault Millau for 2018.
Don’t just take our word for it though – try it for yourself! Meet at the day bar of the Rote Wand at 7.30 p.m. every Tuesday to Saturday for an aperitif.