Traditional craftsmanship meets leading-edge technology: discover the world of experiences associated with the most famous cheese in the world. And it all culminates with a tasting of original Emmentaler AOP in the maturing cellar. The Grand Cheesemakers' Brunch Buffet on Sundays and public holidays is also very popular.
This is an outdoor experience a world apart: catch your own salmon trout in the Forellensee in Zweisimmen. What follows is sublime enjoyment: barbecuing your freshly-caught fish on a Feuerring and then savouring it with side dishes together with family and friends right beside the lake.
The "Saveurs Gstaad" serve to keep enjoyment high on the agenda throughout the year. But don't think that champagne and caviar will always prevail at the various events. Apple juice and beer with cervelat sausage certainly also have their unique charm.
This really is fun: children in Meiringen will be able to bake their own meringues in the summer months from July to October. Every Wednesday morning, the bakery in Frutal's Patisserie and Bakery throws open its doors to welcome its younger visitors. The speciality of the house is available in four different flavours.
Farewell to the Alpine summer: each year, Wengen celebrates the end of the Alpine summer with a grand festival. And the traditional "Chäseilet" is at the heart of the festivities. Sample the various Alpine products, buy a cow share or simply come to enjoy the music.
Sturgeon and caviar take culinary pride of place here: the menu selections in the Tropengarten Restaurant in Frutigen have been inspired by its own caviar and fish farming. As you would expect, the fruits and spices from the tropical greenhouse are also put to good use in the dishes. It's where you will dine under banana plants and papaya trees.
Paradise for chocolate lovers: Would you prefer a Ragusa, or rather a Torino? The CHEZ Camille Bloch visitor centre in the Bernese Jura takes you on an interactive journey of discovery. A unique and authentic experience that will awake all your senses.
It's extremely practical: simply collect your fondue backpack from the Amstutz dairy in Sigriswil. Inside, you'll find a fondue pot, a gel burner with wind guard, lighter, stirring ladle, forks, bread and cheese. Now simply set off on walk with the backpack and seek out your favourite spot in mother nature. Fondues enjoyed in the great outdoors taste even better!
Stepping out to your next course: the culinary trail leads to three different mountain restaurants in the Stockhorn region that have collaborated and put together a 3-course menu from regional products specifically for leisurely walkers. The magnificent views are the icing on the cake.
A perfect opportunity to see how the locals like to spend their Saturday mornings. The Nourritour through Biel’s old town consists of seven stop-off points for tasting regional products. The tour certainly has lots of nice surprises in store, with some dishes French in style, others German, some sweet, and some savoury.