Nooch Asian Kitchen
“Nooch Asian Kitchen” has been bringing Asian street food to you in Switzerland under the motto “SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT” for over 15 years.
Noodle bars have been very popular in Asia for more than 200 years. And “Nooch Asian Kitchen” has been bringing Asian street food to you in Switzerland under the motto “SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT” for over 15 years. To allow the flavors of the variety of natural ingredients to come into their own on our Western palate too, the chefs hold back a bit on the spiciness. You can enjoy curries, fried rice, sushi, soups and, of course, delicious noodle dishes (because “nooch”, by the way, means “chomping on noodles”) at 12 locations.
Sustainability is particularly important at “Nooch Asian Kitchen” – as it is for all members of the Familie Wiesner Gastronomie (FWG) company. The ingredients are sourced exclusively from suppliers in Switzerland. “We have a long-standing relationship with our suppliers, who provide us with fish from sustainable sources, for example,” says Daniel Wiesner, co-managing director of FWG and son of “Nooch” founder Fredy Wiesner. He cites yellowfin tuna and ASC-certified shrimp as prime examples. The packaging for take-away and delivery orders is made from renewable resources, so it is recyclable. Biodiesel is produced from the cooking oil, and the bags for the soy sauce are made from a petroleum-free film. “We are continuously reducing our carbon emissions and offset any we cannot reduce. For example, by supporting myclimate projects,” Wiesner continues.
Customers can also take responsibility at “Nooch Asian Kitchen” – by offsetting their order’s emissions with a corresponding contribution in Swiss francs or by only choosing “Nooch” dishes with the “climate-friendly” label.