When you travel to Switzerland you look forward to two things: the delicious comfort food and the breathtaking views. But something you can look forward to this time is food with a view. No matter which part of Switzerland you encounter, prepare to enjoy the best dining with the best views that you might not have found otherwise.
St. Moritz: Restaurant Waldhaus Am See
Known for its skiing, St. Moritz boasts some of the best views. An appealing setting where you can enjoy these views while being treated to market-fresh dishes is Restaurant Waldhaus Am See. The upscale dining room and the cosy wooden bar come together to create a welcoming Swiss experience that will make you feel right at home.
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Zurich: Der Sonnenberg
The ultimate experience for a creative meal of gastronomic culture and beautiful views, Der Sonnenberg will quickly become your new favorite restaurant. With an extensive wine list and signature meat and fish dishes, Der Sonnenberg exceeds all expectations, as even the restaurant’s kids menu is better than what mom’s serving at home.
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Michelin-starred Bayview brings the best seasonal offerings you’ll find in Geneva in a contemporary but classic way. The restaurant offers exquisite French cuisine with modern twists from award-winning Chef Michael Roth. Admire the gorgeous view over Lake Geneva while you enjoy this unforgettable culinary experience, paired with the best wines selected by Bayview’s sommelier.
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Davos: Panorama Restaurant Schatzalp
Over 1800 meters above sea level, Panorama Restaurant Schatzalp offers hearty Swiss food in a more casual setting with some Mediterranean specialties and of course, the best panoramic views in Davos. Wine and dine through a heavenly meal of comfort food and finish with the restaurant’s delicious house-made cake. Your stomach will thank you.
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