7 Restaurants at the summit of Mount Best and Beautiful World ~ World Food and Drink

Friday, December 23, 2011

7 Restaurants at the summit of Mount Best and Beautiful World

1) Chez Vrony, Zermatt, Switzerland
From the top of Sunnegga Express, Chez Vrony Paradies can be accessed from the piste. One of a number of restaurants in the hamlet of Findeln, Chez Vrony owned by three brothers. It has three floors each with a different theme and is in the comfortable and unique. Chez Vrony always busy and booking is essential. Very good food and good service. Chez Vrony is a list of foods for lunch. Guide book Top 50 Ski & Snowboard Resorts in Europe 2006, described the restaurant Chez Vrony as the busiest, and has a rural beauty and atmosphere in Findeln.

2) Zum See, Zermatt, Switzerland
In the mountains where you can feel free. The restaurant is swinging between Triftji's moguls, wrinkled slopes damped, testing tentative route down the steep slope. The powder rubbed our waists, we turned around, wading and fell. You will never know the Matterhorn is the enlargement just above a fierce cloud-covered clichés Toblerone.

3) LA Marmite, ST Moritz, Switzerland
This restaurant in St. Moritz, maybe not literally, located at 8,000 meters in the Swiss Alps at the base of Piz Nair cable car. Modernist outside, the interior is very traditional structure is divided between the three dining rooms covering more relaxed Brasserie, Stube-minded rural pubs and decadently high-end La Marmite. Decorations will not be impressed with a bent wood chairs, ceiling walls and white tablecloths frill-free with a simple flower arrangements. What is impressive is the celebrity-laden crowd of Ivana Trump or George Clooney-type and remarkable view of the surrounding snow-covered valley. On sunnier days guests also have the option to eat outside near the famous "Yacht Club" complete with ice bar vodka, fur-clad chairs and private Beaver lap blankets.

4) Chalet Etoile, Cervinia, Italy
On the blue piste above Plan Maison, these rural Italian ski resort of Zermatt and is referred to simply as "Ulla's". Menu changes daily, but the recurring favorite is the fish soup, a bowl of steaming soup, spicy broth filled with clams and langoustines. Parent may include pasta with mushrooms, spaghetti with lobster or shellfish, bistecca (beef steak, such as juicy porterhouse). Wine to drink pinot noir from the Cave des Onze Communes Aosta Valley, leaving room for dessert, a perfect espresso with crema intact, and high berotan wine, which is always at home and comes with a beautiful interior bill.

5) LE Cap Horn, Courchevel 1850, France
Its location at Bas de la piste des Suisses not as scary as it looks, considering the winter patio fur-trimmed ski bunny in stilettos who flocked to their billionaire boyfriend for post-meal in one of the mountain slopes chicest dining room. A chalet-inspired two-story structure surrounded by the large deck overlooking the Courchevel ski area is wide open and the French Alps. In the Switzerland meets the sea decorations developed into a charming room, main dining room that can accommodate up to 300 skiers and a new upper level where the Yacht Club entrance for members and VIPs only. In recent years the restaurant has expanded to include more casual pizza restaurant with a to-go snack specialties as well as areas for liquor-laden cappuccino on the fly. Not only the lunch scene, the restaurant is also a charming meeting for dinner although the goal to get the snow storm is a challenge even though the road is cleaned regularly.

6) L'oxalys, Val Thorens, France
Chef Jean Sulpice has set the highest European star at an altitude of 2,300 meters, high in Val Thorens. amazing recipe, authentic products ... The Oxalys invite you to discover the wonderful alchemy of cooking healthy, inventive and authentic. In this contemporary setting among the highest peaks, Magali Sulpice, sommelier, is happy to invite you to share her passion for rare and authentic wines. £ 96 tasting menu Le Grand Perron take into the field of gastronomy rare that you would expect to find in the highest ski resort in Europe (2,300 m): deer eggs embedded in the straw, cocoa and juice, cardamom, celery and peel the clementines, for example, or dessert a pure cocoa powder, frozen, thick sauce, sorbet and mousse and crackling with Maldon salt

7) LA Folie Douce, Val D'Isere, France
La Folie Douce is a self-service "behind the disco" at 2 pm. You'll find delicious, honest food, wonderful and exciting presented; home made patisseries and soup, with small loaves of delicious bread. The only bad points: the soup is served warm and there is a supplement to the mustard when you buy a sausage! Spaghetti Bolognese, € 14.50, home made soups, € 6.90; dish of the day, € 12.79, puddings, € 6.90. British newspaper the day on display, free to read. Beer or € 6.50 € 4.50, € 5 waffles, crepes, hot dogs, hot sandwiches € 6.
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