Restaurants in Switzerland

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

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.

Dunk boiled potatoes into the wonderfully rosy-hued tomato-and-Gruyère fondue.

The restaurant is located more than halfway up the mountain in the funicular station at Corviglia. This place is an institution: a slightly cartoonish rendering of a high-end gourmet restaurant, with a menu focusing on foie gras, truffles, lobster, veniso.

Dine on spezzatino (meat ragoût) with polenta and tart local Merlot from the shaded terrace that overlooks the river.

Chef Vineet Bhatia uses an inventive combinations of ingredients at this Indian restaurant. Given his previous experience with French, Swiss, and German cuisine, his Indian fare is always creative and experimental.

For fondue, look no further than this authentic Swiss hut inside the Hotel Eiger that offers the perfect blend of Gruyère and Vacherin cheeses, plus a shot or two of kirsch.