Thun Panorama

Thun Panorama

The Thun Panorama was produced in 1814 and was the first Swiss work of its type and the world's oldest surviving example of its genre. The artist Marquard Wocher sketched the 360° panorama while sitting on a roof in the middle of the Old Town of...more

Restaurant Schöngrün

Restaurant Schöngrün

A 17 GaultMillau point culinary peak experience awaits you at the heritage-protected Villa Schöngrün with its glass pavilion, historical rooms and lounge. This exclusive restaurant is located next to the celebrated Zentrum Paul Klee, which is set...more

Restaurant Mille Sens

Restaurant Mille...

Urs Messerli and his team will send you off on a wondrous gourmet's...more

Restaurant Moospinte

Restaurant Moospinte

The Moospinte, with 16 GaultMillau points, will be reopening on 8 April...more

Thun Panorama

The Thun Panorama was produced in 1814 and was the first Swiss work of its type and the world's oldest surviving example of its genre. The artist Marquard Wocher sketched the 360° panorama while sitting on a roof in the middle of the Old Town of Thun.

The Thun Panorama was produced in 1814 and was the first Swiss work of its type and the world's oldest surviving example of its genre. The artist Marquard Wocher sketched the 360° panorama while sitting on a roof in the middle of the Old Town of Thun.

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Restaurant Schöngrün

A 17 GaultMillau point culinary peak experience awaits you at the heritage-protected Villa Schöngrün with its glass pavilion, historical rooms and lounge. This exclusive restaurant is located next to the celebrated Zentrum Paul Klee, which is set in natural surroundings. The restaurant also affords superb views of Bern's favourite local mountain, the Gurten.

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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.

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Restaurant Moospinte

The Moospinte, with 16 GaultMillau points, will be reopening on 8 April 2010 following redecoration - the new hosts are Stefanie Weber and Sascha Berther. The secret of its success lies less in the exclusivity and more in the long-forgotten sense of tradition. Soak in the tradition and hospitality that we offer - in congenial indoor surroundings or in our idyllic gardens.

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