On Rämistrasse 4, at the corner of Bellevue in Zurich sits the Restaurant Kronenhalle. Established in 1924 by Hulda and Gottlieb Zumsteg it became a meeting point for writers and artists such as Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Pablo Picasso, and James Joyce. Over 90 years on, the Kronenhalle is still the epitome of taste with its green Moroccan leather sofas, bronze table legs, and dark mahogany wall panelling. Artworks by Picasso, Chagall, Braque and Mirò still adorn their walls. At Kronenhalle, they pay meticulous attention to detail and are world leaders in customer service. They use the finest producers from across the globe and are traditional without being fusty. Good service is still their driving philosophy and paramount to their continued success.