Bouchons vaudois: bite-sized
Only a handful of confectioners are permitted to produce these cork-shaped sponge delicacies. Their filling comes as a surprise: the finest almond praline mass. Their name is a wordplay that refers both to their form, in the shape of a cork (French: "bouchon"), as well as to the French word for mouth ("bouche").
The history of the restaurant dates back to the year 1568. The market-fresh dishes served in this historic restaurant will enthuse diners - especially because of the regional produce and wines sourced from the Blauburgunderland region. Historic rooms with a special ambience and outstanding Gault Millau cuisine are your guarantee of delightful memories.
The restaurant in Plaun da Lej guarantees freshly caught fish from the Oberengadine lakes or the sea. Highest quality delicacies are purchased three times a week at the Milan fish market. Bordered by forests and craggy precipices it commands stunning views of splendid Upper Engadin mountain and lakescapes. 14 GaultMillau points.
Restaurant Mille Sens
Urs Messerli and his team will send you off on a wondrous gourmet's voyage through "les goûts du monde" at this 15 GaultMillau point restaurant set within the vibrant multicultural Markthalle. Using only the finest produce, we will give you the culinary experience of your life. Watch what our chefs are up to in our show kitchen.