Being at the origin of the cheese fondue, the Swiss are experts in the field and have elevated it to a national dish. Raclette was invented by the Armaillis (Swiss shepherds) in the 19th century in the canton of Valais. Originally, the name was not "raclette" but "roast cheese" because the wheels were melted over a wood fire and scraped, hence the term raclette was born in the 18th century! In pure tradition, Swiss people eat plain raclette, accompanied by steamed potatoes, pickles, vinegar onions, not to mention freshly ground pepper.
(Minimum 2 persons)
Mixture of Friborg vacherin and Swiss AOP Gruyère, bread
Ask for the fondue with morels, green pepper, etc ...
250g / pers
Swiss raclette cheese AOP, steamed potatoes, pickles, baby onions
AOP Swiss raclette cheese, IGP Swiss cold cuts, steamed potatoes, pickles, baby onions
Vacherin Mont d’Or AOP, mesclun salad, steamed potatoes
Pan sautéed potato cake, mesclun salad
Pan sautéed potato cake, dry bacon, raclette cheese, pickles, baby onions
Pan sautéed potato cake, sunny sid up egg, dry bacon, pickles, baby onions
burger steak 180g, raclette cheese and old-fashioned mustard sauce, rösti, candied onions, dry bacon, fries or sal
Air dried beef from Valais IGP, cured ham IGP, dry bacon IGP, dry sausage, onions, pickles
Assortment of Swiss cheeses: Tête de Moine, raclette, Gruyère AOP, fresh goat cheese
Grison meat, ham, dry sausage, speck ham, baby onions, pickles
Air dried beef from Valais IGP
Air dried beef from Valais, dry bacon, fresh goat cheese, mesclun salad, cherry tomatoes, bread croutons, house seasoning
Swiss chocolate, the pleasures of the mouth. We import it directly from Switzerland.
(200g) Swiss milk chocolate, seasonal fruits, marshmallows
served with a seasonalfruits and marshmallows