If you're a hardened meat eater, you won't have any problems eating in Zurich.
Swiss cuisine also has a long-standing tradition when it comes to producing meats, which is especially due to the German influence, but the Swiss themselves date back to Pre-Roman times, explaining how the first settlements and civilizations on the land already hunted and prepared foods in a certain way. Whatever the case may be, there are some dishes that you must try: on the one hand, you've got grilled meats with kraut and potatoes, making a tasty combination; and on the other hand, the Züri Gschnätzlets is one of the most popular recipes based on stewed meat, local spices, cream, and white wine. You'll naturally find all kinds of sausages too. Throughout the central street of Niederdorf, by the bank of the Limmat River, you'll find several restaurants and terraces where you can try these type of dishes, and at prices to suit everyone.