Zum Schwarzen Kameel – The Who’s Who for Gourmets

Serving delicacies to discerning gourmets since 1618, the Kameel is a gourmet temple and a place to see and be seen.

At most top restaurants, the bar is a catchment area, but little more. Not so at Zum Schwarzen Kameel on Bognergasse, where it’s the center of the action – as it has been for over a century. Gourmets have been carousing there for far longer – since 1618, when Herr Cameel set up his spice […]
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Simon Ballam
English, studied in NY and worked in London, Düsseldorf, NY, Fankfurt, Prague and Vienna. This covered stints in market research and the film industry, international advertising coordination and strategic planning. Currently business school lecturer and journalist.

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