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My wife and I were blown away - we were not expecting this restaurant to be this good. Clearly the jewel of the famous Heinz Julen’s Zermatt collection, it has a stunning interior with talking pieces and artworks littering the restaurant.
Service was ultra-attentive and...More
What a nice surprise to discover a Michelin Star restaurant in little Zermatt! Cozy restaurant with delicious food! The only “negative” thing to say is that we had to wait to much between one dish and the next one.
Went there since a friend is a chef there. We, two ex-students, never really were in an area of such fine food, getting invited by our friend and impressed for a year.
Best intro ever: parmesan Churros! Such an unexpected and easy way of going...More
A destination on its own, we booked this before our flights...
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal here and loved the setting. Having been here before we know what to expect however the end result was fantastic. Quirky clever dishes and exemplary service make this a highlight...More
This is an "experience" dinner. Prepare for a 2-3 hour meal, with small dishes served every 10-15 minutes. Small, creative, some novel and interesting ideas (will not disclose to avoid spoiling the surprise...) the food is very good, but it is for those looking for...More
Having had a very enjoyable weeks stay in Zermatt at the Mont Cervin Palace, my family and I had a terrible experience at the After Seven restaurant on the very last evening of our holiday.
We made a dinner reservation a few weeks in advance...More
Quite interesting experience … for someone who likes modern slow food.
I was here with my family. Wife and daughter enjoyed every byte and my son and me, not exactly each one. We took 4 course meal (2 hours) and it was really interesting experience....More
The ambience- The décor is what I would call eclectic, I am usually a stickler for neatness and uniformity, but the blend of old school drapes, chandeliers and that mixture of textures, time periods, styles, trends, and colours actually works very well. It gives an...More