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Romantic Restaurants in Switzerland, Switzerland

The Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places on earth and is known for its sprawling natural vistas and definitely the Swiss banks. But one fine aspect of the country is that it is also one of Europe's best destinations in matters of culinary traditions which is evident by the fact that there are a number of Michelin star restaurants in Switzerland. Here we have prepared a list of some of the finest restaurants of Switzerland.

Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in Switzerland

Café du Soleil

It is one of the most popular restaurants which specializing in Swiss cheese fondue and is evident by the crowd that turns out here. You have to make booking well in advance to overcome disappointment. The building itself is 400 years old and the atmosphere is cozy but light giving an edge of sophistication to this traditional meal.

Restaurant Les Armures

Located in the heart of Geneva this luxurious hotel dates back to the 13th century though its current form is 17th century castle. The long menu boasts many a Swiss specialty, including raclette and fondue options, alongside soups, pastas, meat and fish dishes. The restaurant is so popular that its reputation even reached the ears of Blll Clinton on his visit to the city.

Rasoi by Vineet

Owned by award winning U.K based chef Vineet Bhaatia the Rasoi is the only restaurant in Europe to be granted 2 Michelin stars for serving ‘ethnic’ cuisine. With an exceptionally beautiful décor the restaurant serves unusual signature dishes such as tandoor smoke cloud salmon, semolina crusted wild sea break and salmon chutney, and chicken with black peppercorn sauce served with an open chicken samosa. This is a must visit for the gastronomical delights.

Domaine de Chateuvieux

Located in the wine producing estate of Geneva it was once a noble castle which now houses a hotel and Chateuvieux which is one of the most sophisticated restaurants in the area. The menu here includes Brittany lobster marinated with ginger, served with zita pasta and green apple in coconut and West Indian curry sauce to start, and stewed rabbit with apricots and onions, in a sweet spicy sauce which is a wide assortment of dishes.

Eastwest Hotel

The restaurant offers traditional Swiss cuisine with a dash of Orient, and prides in itself on local provenance and choosing ingredients in season. Between May and October guests can dine on a small outside terrace. The interior of the restaurant mixes well with the food which is as assortment of flavors.

Il Lago

The bold and grand interior featuring intricate brocades, French doors and chandeliers will take you to the lavish imperial area. Subtlety is not a part of Il Lago, and the restaurant is one of the most expensive restaurants in Switzerland. The menu is a perfect marriage of traditional Italian specialties and the best of Mediterranean gastronomy. The restaurant is handled by two Michelin star chefs Philippe Jourdin.


It is one of the best restaurants of Geneva headed by the famous Magali and Chef Philippe Chevrier. The menu of the restaurant is extravagant which comes with a price tag but the food is worth the price. And what else, you can also arrive in style here on a helicopter? Now that’s something.

Café du Centre

Situated in an old brewery building, converted into a grand bistro this restaurant is known for its Sunday brunches one of the only places in the town open for it. The restaurant oozes of class with tuxedo wearing butlers and world class menu. On sunny days be sure to grab a table on the busy terrace to enjoy a lazy al fresco meal.

Windows restaurant

The windows restaurant is open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers award-winning cuisine. True to its name the restaurant has wooden floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors for maximum panoramic views over stunning Lake Geneva. A secluded wing of the restaurant is available for private functions and gathering.


The restaurant attracts Geneva’s young and stylish and the menu is also crafted to suit the taste if its diners. The food is light and fresh, including an entire organic menu, alongside homemade juices and regular dishes each with their own quirky name, the restaurant is less about fancy stuff but the food tastes exceptionally good and their wine list and cocktail menu is extensive.

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