This restaurant serves excellent food. The place to go to if you want to go out for an evening filling dinner.
Favorite Dish: The house speciality is "grilling your own food". In the middle of all tables is a grill. You can choose from a variety of meat, fish and chicken, all served with different kinds of sauces, rice and french fries.
The Feeloch is my favourite restaurant in town. Not only is the food great - it is the cozy atmosphere as well. It is a rustic spot in a cellar with a fireplace, lots of wood and a cow style deco.
During high season, reservations are a must.
Favorite Dish: They are famous for their meat barbecues and cheese dishes. Not to forget the tasty desserts.
Hungry on the trail? The Britannia-Hütte offers simple meals, primarily hearty soup, sausages, and Rösti. Order at the counter and the food will be brought to you. You have the choice of eating in the dining hall or outside on the terrace. We (and most of the other hikers) chose the latter on this sunny day.
NOTE: The Britannia-Hütte is open March-May and July-September only.
Favorite Dish: I had the Gürsten (Barley) soup with sausage and bread. Sara had the Rösti. I think she got the better meal.
Restaurant Längfluh is situated at an altitude of 2,870 above sea level, at the upper station of the Längfluh cableway. The sunny terrace offers a beautiful view on the (skiable) glacier below the Allalinhorn (4,027 m). The terrace can be very windy, so always be prepared for a quick move inside (the inside part of the restaurant is small compared to the outside part).
The menu consists of basic alpine food of acceptable quality.
Favorite Dish: Ernst, my Swiss skibuddy (see pic) and I had lunch here on the last day of our winter holiday 2005. A real Swiss cheese fondu. A well deserved lunch by the way, because we had to descend a black mogul slope to get there..
Mittelallalin, is the terminus of the Metro Alpin and home of the world's highest turntable restaurant (11'483 feet) Sample some fine food in the first-class restaurant which rotates 360 degrees once every hour to reveal a majestic Alpine panorama. Self-service restaurant is also available. Even if the food is not to your liking the views are superb.
It is quite impressive to have lunch on an altutude of 3500 metres above sea level. The revolving Restaurant Metro Alpin on the mountain Mittelallalin can offer this.
Favorite Dish: They have all kind of things, but are pretty expensive. So why don't you skip lunch or bring something by your own. They have a special room for that too.
A 45 minute walk from Saas Fee up towards the glacier lake at the base of the glaciers is the Cafe Gletschergrotte. The lake itself was a dried up disappointment - we passed it on our way down from Spielboden - but cake at the cafe here made up for that ;-)
Favorite Dish: Cakes here are wonderful and generous portions too - we shared an apple cake and rhubarb cake betwen us. The accompanying cream had chocholate curls in it too - scrumptious!
A sunny mountain restaurant where you can feed yourself on swiss specialities as you sit on the large sun terrace with its view of the Allain and its glaciers and down to Saas Fee. You can also buy food here to feed the tame marmots.
Favorite Dish: Rosti - fried grated potato with cheese/ham and fried egg on top.
The Mittelallalin is a revolving restaurant. You get to see all the surrounding mountains incl. the Dom, Switzerland highest mountain.
Favorite Dish: I had a typically Swiss breakfast with bred, zopf, eggs, rösti (for the americans :-), Biechermuesli, hot chocolate, orange jus... it was absolutly yammy!
I was in the restaurant with a tv-crew from America, which filmed for a gourmet show. The traditional Swiss house is very cozy and you feel comfortable right away. You have a great view on the surrounding mountains.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish was a safran cream soup with scallops and mussels. Delicious! I also loved the white chocolate mousse!
The place for anyone looking for typical swiss food. They serve dishes like raclette and cheese fondue, something you must have eaten while visiting Switzerland, unless you don't like cheese of course.
This place is also popular among the locals. They come here for a quick bite or a drink at the bar.
NOTE: If you're looking for a nice romantic candlelight dinner this is not the place to be.
Favorite Dish: Tomato Fondue
Opened on 30 October 2005, spacious, big terrace, perfectly located on the slopes of Morenia (2.500)
Favorite Dish: The spaghetti, because it was free on the day of the opening :-)
There was an ususal table and chairs at the Cafe Gletschergrotte - seems the swiss are reluctant to throw old motorbikes away.
A great experience, watching the Swiss Alps passing in front of your table while enjoying your lunch!