Besides some impressive awards, the cuisine can be considered to be one the best in Verbier and its surroundings. The lovely wood panels, dark and stylish paintwork, and lighting really give restaurant Cordee an extra nice touch.
The moment you walk in while you are guided to your table by the friendly staff it is impossible to miss the enormous cheese humidor that divides the open-theatre kitchens from the dining area.
The food is prepared with the highest care and the ingredients are of the best quality. Hauser's motto: Simple, delicious and something to suit everyone's taste.
As soon as you step in to the restaurant and you coat is in the cloakroom you get the feeling there is more to this place that just to get a bite to eat.
Award winning food at 1850 meters altitude. As we like to test the things that matter we stepped into Restaurant Cà d'Oro at the Kempinski hotel in St Moritz. What an amazing experience!
The entrance is already promising as the minimalistic design of the hallway leading towards the 'hot' counter immediately makes you feel you are entering a restaurant in Japan instead of a Japanese restaurant in the Alps.
Some places just seem to attract happy people, Le Cap Horn is one of them. AlpineBooker sat down for a long lunch on a snowy day.
The inside is an outagrious mixture of Marine artefacts, the place looks very cosy and is not too big. Mille Sabords is located next to Cap Horn in Courchevel right above the airport
After a 200 meter walk from the main square and shops we sit down at the bar of Restaurant Cascade. From the bar (which is in a separate area) you can see the restaurant through the glass windows. All tables covered in white linnen hosting happy people eating from well decorated plates.
Our favourite place is Restaurant Heid-Stübli, part of the Lenzerhorn hotel. This is the most authentic decorated place in the area. Just close your eyes and think of a Swiss fondue restaurant that also serves other traditional local dishes.
'New Alpine Cuisine' What might come across as a marketing term actually makes sense when you look at your plate. The Alps are full of fruitful soil and oblique farmland to optimize the growth of all kinds of vegetables.