Like most European ski resorts, most of the Wengen restaurants are located in hotels. If convenience and high quality meals are high on your Wengen ski vacation “must haves,” then you’ll be quite happy with the offerings. Four-star Hotel Silberhorn serves up incredible five-course dinners and exceptional breakfast buffet spreads. The table service is also noteworthy. Hotel Wengener, also a four-star property, provides well-presented Swiss/German cuisine and warm hospitality.
The village offers plenty of memorable Swiss restaurants that offer incredible fondue, raclette and other traditional cuisine. If you’re looking for seafood, head to Restaurant Lauberhorn. If you’re in the mood for some refueling pizza, pasta or steak, Da Sina is the place to go.
Wengen and Grindelwald ski areas share nearly a combined 30 on-mountain restaurants, so there’s certainly no shortage of views, menus and experiences to partake in. Dine at the Top of Europe in Wengen’s highest restaurant, Eigergletscher. The Wengernalp ski area restaurant provides incredible vistas and a simple menu. Don’t miss their rösti.
If you’re looking for something quick and easy, then head to the Kleine Scheidegg cafeteria. And for a more relaxing slopeside meal, head to Mary’s Café, which serves up traditional Swiss cuisine.
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