Restaurants in Switzerland
Sit at a table on the a lovely terrace and enjoy a heaping late of Rösti, fried grated potatoes topped with bacon, ham, or salmon.
Hike the wooded trail to this mountain hideaway where local character Rolf Schneller makes a tasty Schümli Pflümlis (Switzerland’s answer to Irish coffee).
Sit outside on a sheepskin-covered chair overlooking the valley at the new Hans-Jörg Ruch-designed El Paradiso and order their Älpler Magronen, a Swiss specialty of pasta with a beef ragù, topped with applesauce. It sounds suspect but isn’t at al
Dunk boiled potatoes into the wonderfully rosy-hued tomato-and-Gruyère fondue.
Directly across from the train station, the restaurant serves a mix of regional and French cuisine—all prepared with ingredients from the hotel’s own farm and organic garden.