The dining car is shaped like a wine barrel. Glass in hand,
you’ll glide past the most beautiful parts of Switzerland, from
Zweisimmen to Montreux, pampered by the chefs and indulged
by the scenery. More Information...
The Salon bleu on wheels
The Belle Époque comes to life in this dining car in the legendary
style of the Orient Express. Enjoy anything from a glass of
champagne to a multi-course menu. Also available for private
events. More Information...
Fondue up on the mountain, or down on the lake
Fondue is always great fun – even more so when the setting is
special. You can enjoy one on Mount Rigi
, the panoramic
mountain high above Lake Lucerne, as you travel on the vintage
electric cog wheel railway dating from 1911; or on one of the
much-loved fondue cruises
on Lake Constance.
A tasty trip through Graubünden
Fresh, seasonal cuisine, great wines and fine brandies are all
served in the Gourmino, the nostalgic 1930s dining car that
travels the network of the Rhaetian Railways. A year-round calendar
offers travellers treats ranging from just-picked asparagus
to Buurametzgeta (farmhouse meal featuring a variety of
cured meats) and seasonal game dishes. More Information...
Breakfast with Bond – and other peak pleasures
Scaling the mighty peaks of the Alps gives you quite an appetite
– even when you make the ascent in a cable car or funicular.
Thankfully, when you get to the top, there are special treats in
store, like the James Bond Breakfast (daily until 11am) at the
Piz Gloria revolving restaurant on the Schilthorn
, where “On Her
Majesty’s Secret Service” was filmed; or creamy Älplermakkaroni
(alpine macaroni and cheese) on the Stanserhorn
; or a
stylish dinner on the Brienzer Rothorn
after a spectacular ride on
Switzerland’s oldest steam-powered cog railway.