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Switzerland Restaurants


Recommended by Hotel Regina The Café Mary's is situated at a 30 minutes walk from Wengen in Innerwengen. It is located across of the Lauberhorn Ski World Cup Arrival area. In summer guests can hike down from the Wengeneralp, or take three parallel hiking paths from Wengen to the Mary's. In ... more

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Our cozy restaurant has been fitted out in Log Cabin style and in the atmosphere of the Alps, featuring natural stone, sturdy wooden accents, cushions, warm colours and comfortable furniture. The day starts with an extensive farmer’s breakfast. Cheese, butter and yoghurt are produced by the ... more

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Enjoy Swiss specialities such as raclette or fondue, as well as quality French cuisine, all served in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. A comprehensive Swiss wine list and gourmet local produce top off the bill. The restaurant Les Armures, known as one of the oldest in the city, has become a must... more

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What a find off the typical tourist route of Zurich. Hotel WoJai, another great find, gave us directions and it’s just a block to the tram from the center of the city. Very hip, artful and bubbling with energy. The presentation was as delightful as the inventive fresh and fabulous food... more

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The Chesa-restaurant is the meeting-point in Klosters, for coffee, cakes, drinks and of course excellent food. It has been designed by a well-known architect in 1938, as a total work of art of its time. You can visit the copy of the Chesa-restaurant in the Peninsula-Hotel in Hongkong!... more

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The Schäferstube Restaurant, with specialties from the Wallis, is quite famous for fondue, raclette and lamb from the grill (open-fire) - The restaurant's all wooden rustic interiour is adorned with  padded sheeps on the walls and other sheep decorations.... more

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There is a dramatic revolving restaurant with walls of glass called the Piz Gloria, which slowly circles so that you can savor the views of incredible mountain peaks while dining at the icy barrens at the top of the mountain, the Schilthorn. The Piz Gloria is reputed to be one of the first revo... more

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