Vegetables, fruit and berries used in the kitchen come from our own fields and gardens. Since a fine meal also requires a glass of schnapps to digest, a selection of homemade brandies should not be missing.
The farm "Landschi" is situated at 530 m above sea level at the foot of the Rigi with a view over the village of Küssnacht, Lake Lucerne and the Bernese Alps. The name "Landschi" comes from the old German word "Lanzig", which means spring. Thanks to the southern slope, the meadows therefore blossom earlier than on neighboring farms.
Only 15 years ago the farm was run very traditionally, with dairy farming and fruit growing. Due to the reorientation with gastronomy, the farm was converted to suckler cow husbandry. This gives the possibility to supply the catering business with self-produced, high-quality meat. In addition to the cattle, laying hens are kept, which provide fine free-range eggs. Pigs for fattening also belong to the farm inhabitants in winter.
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