Have you ever enjoyed 41 Gault-Millau points in a single day? The Findeln Gourmet Pass makes it possible. The little hamlet above Zermatt is renowned for its high density of first-class restaurants. And more: thanks to the magnificent Alpine panorama, including a view of the Matterhorn, the pleasure is twofold.
Four stages - four helpings of Swiss mountain delicacies
Your pleasure trip begins at the sunny Sunnegga station with a short trip on foot to the restaurant Paradise to enjoy a small selection of tapas. The next station is just a short hike away: the Chez Vrony, where the starter course awaits. The highlight – the main course – is served at , a restaurant which has received multiple awards Findlerhof restaurant. And as the icing on the cake you will get a sweet dessert at the Sonnmatten restaurant in the village of Zermatt.
Order your Findeln Gourmet Pass today in Zermatt Bergbahnen’s web shop. You can also decide on the spur of the moment and get your pass to gourmet delights on the spot at the Sunnegga-Rothorn valley station in Zermatt.
- Single trip from Zermatt to Sunnegga
- small selection of tapas* at the restaurant Paradise
- Starter* at Chez Vrony
- Main course* at the Findlerhof
- Dessert and coffee at the Sonnmatten restaurant
*All courses come with a glass of matching wine (one glass per course) and 0.5l of still or sparkling mineral water.
- Adults: CHF 127.00
- Children aged 9 - 15.99: CHF 63.50
- Swiss Travel Pass, Half-fare or GA holders: CHF 118.00
www.paradies-zermatt.ch, Tel. +41 (0)27 967 34 51
Restaurant Chez Vrony (14 Gault-Millau points)
www.chezvrony.ch, phone: +41 (0)27 967 25 52
Restaurant Findlerhof (14 Gault-Millau points)
www.findlerhof.ch, phone: +41 (0)27 967 25 88
Restaurant Sonnmatten (13 Gault Millau points)
www.sonnmatten.ch, Tel. +41 (0)27 967 30 30
We recommend booking in advance at these restaurants (the offer does not include a guaranteed table reservation).
Findeln Gourmet Pass
One day, four restaurants, 41 Gault-Millau points and countless picture-postcard views of the Matterhorn.