Interlaken Restaurants

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    Dinner at the top of Europe

    by kylamees Written Jun 14, 2005

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    We tasted not much up there, but from restaurant You can see panoramic view to Jungfrau mountains and snowy glaciers. Our local friend told that it´s good to taste swiss white wine there, served cold. Not red, because You get too sleepy then. Wine was good (smaller bottle, 0,5l) and feeling was better after a small drink (it´s a little strange feeling to go up by train so quicly to 3500m).

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    Glacier Restaurant (Piz Gloria): The highest restaurant in Europe.

    by Steve-H Written Jul 26, 2007

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    The famous Glacier Restaurant (Piz Gloria) and the Sphinx Terrace are next to the weather station on a peak next to the Jungfrau. We got a train from Interlaken the Grindlewald and on to the top of the Jungfrau, this place is famous for many things but not least because they shot a James Bond movie here "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" The restaurant revolves 360 degrees every hour so you can see all of the mountains and the glaciers too. We didn't go in but we went there for the views so here's the photo, go see for youself.

    Piz Gloria
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    Migros: Migros!!

    by besbel Updated Sep 21, 2002

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    Since I was on a budget (Switzerland was my last stop before returning to Lima, Peru) and I almost ran out of money, I had to take the cheapest option for food available: Migros!!!! Thanks to it I did not starve :). Either the supermarket or the restaurant offers you something nutritive for the stomach at a lesser price than a restaurant!

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    Restaurant Goldener Anker: diminuitive samosas

    by call_me_rhia Written Sep 29, 2002

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    A nice place with great food at reasonable prices.. the pace is a favourite among locals... both for the food and the concerts that are normally played there. No one was playing when I was there, so our table was on stage! excellent views from there

    Favorite Dish: tiny samosas with curry noodles... swiss-style! a delicious vegetarian combination

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    Hooters: A little bit of Florida in Switzerland?

    by Skigirl Updated Mar 12, 2003

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    Okay its not the food, nor the fact that the women don't wear much clothing . . .This restaurant is a shocker because being from Clearwater, Florida where Hooters originated I was completely caught off guard when I walked past this Hooters in Interlaken, Switzerland of all places!!! I walked in and it is exactly like all of the franchises you would find in the US. I was also amazed to see a picture of the original Hooters which is in Clearwater hanging on the wall! Chicken wings and beer . . . They do not have the fresh Grouper sandwich but they do have some sort of fish sandwich . . . If you go, say hi to the manager he is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida!!!

    Favorite Dish: Normally the Grouper sandwich but this time a burger and curly fries.

    Honestly I have never liked the wings.

    Natalie applying for a job at Hooters
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    Food is fairly expensive as...

    by Nexus7 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Food is fairly expensive as everything else in Switzerland. I'd suggest eating at the hostel you're at or at a street vendor. The food at Funny Farm hostel is very good and the people are great. You can meet people from all over the world and compare travels.

    Favorite Dish: Sausage, have to eat pork when you're in any of the Germanic countries.

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    Oberland restaurant: Oberland restaurant

    by Jenniflower Updated Mar 9, 2005

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    This restaurant at the hotel is convenient as it is close by. It has a lovely relaxed atmosphere, with light music and nice food. It's not typically Swiss, providing more of an international menu for it's clientele staying ta the hotel.

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    Roccos Latino Bar: Roccos Latino Bar

    by Jenniflower Updated Apr 14, 2006

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    This is Interlaken's 'In-Bar' , the place to be seen in.. lol. It has Internet stations, Latino music on Fridays and a rather decent array of cocktails.

    Favorite Dish: The Italian Gelato icecream and coffee was superb!

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    Mercato restaurant: Mercato restaurant

    by Jenniflower Updated Apr 14, 2006

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    The food here was nice, although it took a while to get to us.

    We found the manager of this restaurant rather brash and not very helpful. We were in a party of 6 and they didnt seem keen to put a table together. They seemed to want to rush us in and out, which was a pity. Maybe he was just having a bad day?

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    Chalet restaurant: Chalet restaurant

    by Jenniflower Updated Apr 14, 2006

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    The 'Chalet' restaurant offers a choice of delicious meals throughout the day.

    A wide variety of à-la-carte dishes are served. There is also a large salad bar, where you can help yourself to a fresh salad.

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    Spice India: Spice India

    by steventilly Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    The best (and one of the only) Indian restaurants in the Jungfrau region of Switzerland. The food was fantastic, amongs the best we've ever had, and we've had a lot of Indian food. The service was OK for the main dishes, but slowed to a virtual standstill for deserts and paying the bill. Not a problem if you've got nothing else you need to dash off for :-)

    Favorite Dish: Vegetable Chaat, Channa Massala, Vegatable Pilau, Kulcha Naan, Gulab Juman and Mango Laasi.

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    Hotel Oberland: Hotel Oberland

    by steventilly Written Aug 24, 2002

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    This was a fantastic dish. Swiss Fondue (for those who don't know, Swiss Cheese, usually Emmental & Grutere, melted in white wine, laced with Kirsch and seasoned with garlic) served with a never ending supply of bread (well, until all the Fondu has gone) and a bottle of Swiss Flechy wine. Superb. The best Fondue we ever had, and the most alcoholic tasting (though most of the alcohol evaporates off).

    Favorite Dish: Swiss Fondu.

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    Hotel Des Alpes: Hotel Des Alpes

    by steventilly Written Aug 24, 2002

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    A lively spot to eat, right on the pavement or slightly behind or even inside, if you prefer, with an outdoor bar with a huge umbrella!

    Favorite Dish: Spaltzetopf mit gemuse und kaas (mini dumplings with vegatables and cheese), similar to the Gnocci dish at the Krebs, but with flour dumplings rather than potato ones. A beautiful meal.

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    Hotel Krebs.: Hotel Krebs.

    by steventilly Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Located right on the Hohweg, the main street in Interlaken, the Krebs has a covered terrace where you can eat and watch the world go by, weather permitting. The staff are really friendly and attentive (true of most of Switzerland) and the food delicious. You can have just drinks on this terrace if you like, and we did, often.

    Favorite Dish: Raclette (warm cheese with pickles & potatoes) or Gnocchi in cream & vegetable sauce.

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    Typical Swiss Alps restaurant.: A welcome break.

    by Steve-H Written Jul 26, 2007

    When walking in the Alps you will often come across these secluded little restaurants, they are a welcome sight and a good chance to rest your feet and get a hot drink and something to eat, far better than the meagre rations we had in our day packs.
    As I sat outside drinking hot gluwine I thought how out of place this wooden house seemed out here in the hills, how did they get the food and drink up here? and how wonderful this place must look when the mountains are covered in winter snow.

    Favorite Dish: Gluwine, hot mulled wine, there is nothing like it to lift your spirits and fortify you for the rest of your trak.

    Imagine this scene covered in snow. Another stop for Gluwine, at the foot of the Eiger
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