Discover Switzerland

Spectacular sights, captivating castles, majestic mountains and more abound in Switzerland. This beautiful country overflows with villages, great food, and natural wonders like the soaring peaks of the Alps. From its ski resorts to hiking trails and famous attractions like Europe’s oldest timber bridge, this is a place where enthralling history and landscapes meet.

Switzerland has a thriving gastronomic scene. Hearty Swiss dishes made with wholesome staples of cheese, beef, pork, potatoes, and bread are all common, with some of the country’s most popular dishes including raclette, fondue, and rosti.

TRADITIONAL SWISS FOOD

cheese fondue

A Swiss cheese fondue is made with two types of Swiss cheese, Gruyère and Emmental, and white wine. The cheese is melted in a pot over a burner, and then diners dip bread into the cheese.

rösti

Rösti is a Swiss dish made of potatoes. It is usually fried, but can also be baked. Rösti is often served with eggs, bacon, and cheese. It is a popular dish in Switzerland and can be found in many Swiss restaurants.

fish

Fish is a popular dish in Switzerland. Swiss cooks often use fresh, local fish in their recipes. Fish dishes are usually served with vegetables and potatoes. Some popular Swiss fish dishes include: Fried Lake Geneva Perch, Salmon in a Cream Sauce, and Trout with Bacon and Mushrooms.

Zürcher geschnetzeltes

Zürich geschnetzeltes is a dish from the city of Zurich in Switzerland. It consists of veal that is cut into thin strips and cooked in a cream sauce. The dish is served with mushrooms, onions, and rice. It is a popular dish in Switzerland and is often served at special occasions.

baked chicken

Swiss Baked Chicken is made with chicken breasts, cream of chicken soup, white wine, and Swiss cheese. The chicken breasts are baked in the oven until they are golden brown and the cheese is melted. This dish is served with a side of rice or potatoes.

swiss roll

Swiss chocolate roll is made by rolling a thin layer of chocolate sponge cake around a filling of whipped cream or chocolate ganache. Swiss chocolate roll can be served with a variety of toppings, such as fruit, nuts, or caramel.

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