We were transported back to the best small bistro you could find in the Alps last Saturday night. The atmosphere is charming and cozy, the food and wine outstanding and the proprietors (Nancy and Kyle) friendly and knowledgeable. March is raclette month at Remedy and it had been years (more like decades) since my last Swiss experience. We started our meal with a glass of bubbly, then a mushroom appetizer paired with a rare wine. I realize now that I should have taken notes, but suffice to say, that all the pairings were outstanding. Next was a traditional raclette served with potatoes, gherkins, onions and a small salad. We added a charcuterie platter with various dried meats and bread. My date drank red, I drank white.
Dessert was a dense almost flour-less chocolate cake served with fresh whipped cream....simply heavenly. We finished with a moscato dessert wine. I haven't had this much fun dining in eons.
The menu is small and changes regularly. I can't imagine anything not being worth the travel. (maybe 35 minutes from Brattleboro and the same from Greenfield).
Make a reservation and have the best dining experience possible!
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