Eat and Drink in Switzerland

Eating out in Switzerland can punch a hole in your wallet. Burgers, pizza slices, kebabs and falafel are universal snack standbys, as are pork Bratwürst sausages. Dairy products find their way into most dishes: cheese fondue – a pot of wine-laced molten cheese into which you dip cubes of bread or potato – is the national dish. Another speciality is raclette – piquant molten cheese scraped over potatoes and pickles. A Swiss-German staple is rösti, grated potatoes topped with cheese, chopped ham or a fried egg. Almost everywhere offers vegetarian alternatives.

Chez Vrony in Zermatt

Chez Vrony in Zermatt

Heartfelt warmth, hospitality, stunning views of the Matterhorn and simply some time, just for yourself - that's Chez Vrony. With a vibrant history, this restaurant at 2100 metres altitude has embodied a family tradition for over 100 years.
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Filini Bar & Restaurant in Basel

Filini Bar and Restaurant in Basel

For lunch and dinner, satisfy your craving for exquisite Italian dishes with a customized pizza or a warm plate of lusciously cooked pasta. Don’t forget to pair your meal with the perfect glass of wine from the drink menu.

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Kronenhalle in Zürich

Kronenhalle in Zurich

The Kronenhalle restaurant and its legendary bar are famous all over the world. Since 1924, it has been Zurich’s preferred meeting point for friends, families, business partners, artists, writers, designers and architects.
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Olden Restaurant in Gstaad

Olden Restaurant in Gstaad

Only things which renew themselves can stay as they are. Everything is new and yet completely true to the legend: welcome to the Olden surrounded by Gstaad's world-famous mountain landscape!
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Restaurant Löwenzorn in Basel

Restaurant Lowenzorn in Basel

The history of the building called zum LÖWENZORN is one of the most exciting in the old part of the city of Basel.
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