The restaurant is very cozy and easy to reach with large parking space. The food is delicious and typical from the region. Very friendly staff too. Recommended
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Very nice restaurant. Tipical old house with personell dressed with charateristic clothes. Good food: roesti with raclette cheese; bread with ham, cheese and egg... Suggested apple cake and cafè Lutz just to collapse ! Around 35 CHF per person without wine
A good economical place to eat in Kandersteg. Mine host and hostess are friendly and welcoming and easy to share conversation with.
If you are looking for an authentic Swiss restaurant, this is it. The building has low ceilings, lots of wood and great charm. The pork, especially when compared to the excessively lean US pork was wonderful in its juiciness.
Cozy atmosphere in a very old building. Pretty garden out front. Got the fondue and it was fabulous. Look for the huge wisk at the end of the driveway. A little pricey but we found high prices all around Kandersteg. Worth every penny! It would have been 5 stars but the staff was extremely loud in the kitchen. It was... More
On a visit to Kandersteg we spotted this Swiss chalet set back off the road. Having read the menu and discovered the name, and eaten the previous day in its sister restaurant in Interlaken, we decided that we would have lunch here. The food in Interlaken was good and authentic and this was the same, if not more so. It... More
We had never heard of this hotel, but it was a rainy day and we were looking for something to do. This place was recommended by the tourist office. What a great find. It was built in 1753 and it is like a living museum. We walked in and took a self tour - there is no charge an no... More
Had a lovely fondue here with bacon and onions at the end of a long walk. Although a little pricey the atmosphere was superb and the staff attentive and welcoming. You can get raclette and other authentic Swiss dishes here also.
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