Although I've gone skiing for many years, I have never dined at a fancy mountaintop restaurant. Taking two gondolas to the top resulted in spectacular views (and we were given blankets to make it more cozy). The staff was professional, although perhaps a bit formal. Even though we were a Mother-Son pair, they kindly seated us at the best table in the house - right next to the fireplace. That impressed me. My son liked the number of different whiskey/scotch choices. We chose a three course dinner ala carte rather than the more numerous course fixed price dinner; we were plenty full and it was less expensive (but you should not go here if you are worried about money). I was ready spectacular dishes, but I was disappointed. The stuffed sole I had tasted fishy and there was nothing special about it. The chocolate dessert was too light - when you order chocolate you mean it, and if you want something light you order sorbet.
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