Discover the best restaurant in Saxon, Switzerland including La Marmotte, Restaurant La Grange, Marlenaz, La Lanterne et le Vieux-Chalet, Creneau Gourmand, Brasserie des Bains, Relais de la Sarvaz, Oh Berge, Relais des Chasseurs, Millesime 2012
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4.5 based on 127 reviews
I have been to this restaurant every year for the past 20yrs and I still love it. Aimée and Lara are taking over from their father and they're keeping the charm of this place intact (as opposed to what happened to Chez Dany, which is clearly not chez Dany anymore)
The food is delicious, the view is great, the old chalet ambiance is cosy. You just have to hope that it snows hard outside to have the excuse of staying longer.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We booked a week in advance to make sure of a table on Christmas Day. Nice atmosphere with friendly staff but overall, a bit disappointed with the food, particularly for the price. Definitely better restaurants in Verbier with L'ecurie being my favourite
4.5 based on 169 reviews
A restaurant in the heart of nature Situated at 1895m and easily accessible by ski or on foot, the cafe-restaurant La Marlenaz welcomes you seven days a week throughout winter and summer. Our full menu is served non-stop every day throughout the season. We recommend making dinner Reservations! We do not take Reservations by email. We speak both French and English. Tradition and Innovation Our menu is composed of both regional and international specialties, with a changing list of signature and seasonal dishes. With meats, cheeses, produce and wines from nearby Valaisian farms, our cuisine reflects the quality of ingredients, passion for our work, and local authenticity.
This mountain restaurant was one of the highlights of our trip to Verbier! We ate there on two occasions: once for lunch after we hiked to the restaurant on a beautiful early spring afternoon and again for dinner after a 20 minute walk from our taxi drop off. Both experiences were slightly different; our lunch was eaten on the beautiful Terrace overlooking the mountainside looking down to Verbier and our evening dinner was inside the rustic mountain restaurant on a quiet weekday evening. The food at Le Marlenaz is delicios. I had the spaghetti bolognase for lunch and my husband had the tradiotional Rosti complete (with melted cheese, egg and bacon). For dinner I had the Rosti with grilled pork sausage and my husband had the pasta bolognese. Wine choices are good and both times our food was delicious! Desserts are wonderful as well.
Besides delicious food, the walk to the restaurant makes this a unique dining experience. After our evening dinner, we even walked all the way back to Verbier under the stars with the help of a headlamp! Talk about romantic and unique...it was a highlight of our weeklong ski trip to Verbier! HIGHLY recommend it!
5 based on 220 reviews
We had a tremendous, traditional Swiss meal, and an extremely enjoyable evening from start to finish.
I liked the triple choice starter, which was a little adventurous, but made sure there was something for everybody.
I loved the triple meat main, which was cooked and served to perfection. OK, so it was a bit difficult to differentiate the meats, because the seasoning was pretty strong, but the quality of the cooking and the flavours in the accompanying dishes were quite excellent.
The triple choice dessert was a great way to finish - enough quantity and enough variation, finishing the meal with a delightful symmetry.
Service was outstanding.
Don’t miss this off your itinerary!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
I was looking forward to have lunch in this little and charming restaurant that produces most of vegetables served for its patrons. However, at the end of the day, I found the whole experience disappointing: food was average, very small portions, service chaotic and very slow (there was only one lady serving in the whole restaurant even though we were a group of 16 people that had booked a month in advance) and the bill expensive for what was served (I had tomato salad with cheese as starter, a quinoa risotto with hidden asparagus and veggies, one strawberry coated with chocolate and a spoon of strawberry mouse as desert. I had 1dl of white wine: 50 Swiss francs... May be if you go in a smaller group, the experience will be different.
3.5 based on 152 reviews
Six restaurants à thèmes avec terrasse sont là pour satisfaire toutes vos attentes : le Restaurant des Baigneurs, la Brasserie, le Carnotzet, la Piazza Grande, le Swiss Burger Bar, et la salle Pierre Avoi. Venez-découvrir nos délicieux mets !
We ate lunch there straight after having a wonderful time in the baths. The food was served very promptly, maybe because 5 out of 9 orders on our table were from the 'Menu du jour', and another 3 were from children's menu. The food was excellent and everyone commented on how tasty it was.
However, after everyone had finished, it took 3 attempts at catching our waiter's eye and 35 minutes before our empty plates were cleared. It then took another 25 minutes to get our Deserts (nothing fancy, just ice creams!) and then another 20 minutes or so after that for coffees and the bill.
We wanted it to be a leisurely lunch, but we felt completely abandonned by the staff and furthermore aggravated by the uncomfortably high heat in the room.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
4.5 based on 79 reviews
The food dished up here is tasty, well-portioned and presented with style. The kitchen is spotless. Local wines are served and the service is cheerful and helpful. Our waiter spoke some English.
Everything about the food, wine and service was tip-top. The only negative comment is about the atmosphere, which does not support the delicious food well, with its simple light wood furniture and hard chairs with lime green cushions. This was not a problem for lunch, however may be too informal for some for an eleganta dinner, which is a shame as the food is easily suitable for a nice occasion.
We ordered the tartine forestière, an entrecote de boeuf, 4 glasses of house local wine, and two coffees. All were excellent. The bill came to CHF 85.20, which is very pricey, but sadly not particularly so for Switzerland.
I recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
This restaurant is famous not just for its situation and the views accross the Valais central, but for its excellent grilled meat, and one of the starters, snails cooked in a special mustard cream sauce.
The access road is a narrow steep mountain road, with many hair pin bends, but despite that the Restaurant is usually busy.
Remember to reserve in advance during the autumn saison de chasse (game season).
The wine list has many good local wines, but the vin du Patron (Fendant) is recommended on good quality and value for money.
The service is efficient and friendly.
A visit to this restaurant is a memorable occasion, but dont forget to check the weather forecast before tackling the approach road and also to ensure you can enjoy the view.
5 based on 12 reviews
Je me suis rendu dans cet établissement que je ne connaissais pas cadre sympa et chaleureux et très bien reçu il y a un large choix de vin du Valais et de vin Italien ainsi que des grappa que je ne connaissais pas ainsi que des produits alimentaires salami, pâtes, huile d' olive etc. et à des prix très raisonnable. Aller voir
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