Dining like kings and queens! No matter what you're looking for typical swiss alpine restaurants, central and quicke snacks or more fany gourmet restaurants - Engelberg has it.
Our cooks know how to produce exquisite creations using the freshest ingredients. We want your meal to be a feast for your eyes as well as a treat for your taste buds. The gourmet will quickly see that we have set ourselves the highest standards and we love to prepare special culinary delights for you.
A large variety of delicious dishes and fine wines await our guests. The restaurant with the personal touch in the heart of Engelberg is located right next to the Benedictine Monastery and has a big sun terrace.
The Alp Oberfeld is easily approachable by the trail "Walenpfad" from Bannalp via Walegg to Brunni-Engelberg. They serve traditional swiss food as well as home produced cheese.
The mountain hat is open until Mid-October. (As loong as the weather is good enough.)
About seven kilometers beyond Engelberg toward the end of the valley you come to Alpenrösli Restaurant, where the Surenenpass and the peaks of the Spannort appear to be just a stone’s throw away. A sign lets walkers, hikers and cyclists know that they are standing upon Urner ground—as Alpenrösli belongs to Attinghausen in Canton Uri. Those coming from Surenenpass or from Fürenalp sort of “stumble in” to this restaurant with its inviting sun-terrace and cozy indoor dining room. The neat thing about the location of the restaurant is that it’s in the middle of some impressive mountain scenery, yet it’s not at the end of the world. For an enjoyable evening excursion it’s still a doable distance to Alpenrösli—especially if you’re going there by bike.
Heidi and Charli Arnold are there to welcome you to their restaurant. Together with their restaurant team, the Arnolds enjoy pampering their guests. The siblings grew up here and know the daily challenges of running their restaurant inside out. “On rainy days it might be that we only have a few guests to serve, but then on some sunny days in summer we can hardly keep up, we’re so busy,” says Heidi Arnold. For them it’s important to be prepared and to be able to count on the flexibility and support of their team. There are 100 seats outdoors, and another 40 seats indoors. Some guests take their time and stay a while, others stop in “on their way” just long enough to refresh with something good to eat or drink.
The menu is full of local specialties: ranging from the noted Rösti, served with bratwurst or fried eggs, to sampler plates of dried Urner meats and Alpine cheeses and house-made fruit pie. Their cooking not only takes care of your hunger, it feeds the soul as well!
Their famous Rösti is the most popular dish—though Heidi Arnold has never added up how many kilograms of potatoes she and her team peel per season.
In any case, «Sackloads» are boiled for Gschwelti, peeled and grated for Rösti. The secret to the recipe is not so much in the ingredients as in the stove. “We cook with gas. That way we can regulate the heat exactly,” Heidi Arnold tells us. “In winter, when I cook Rösti on an electric stove at home, they never turn out as good,” she reveals. Nice to know if, once home again, you try to replicate the wonderful Rösti you had at the Alpenrösli—and they just don’t come out the same way!
The mountain restaurant at lake Trübsee is situated in the middle of the skiers and hikers' paradise. It is well known for its children's playground, the fantastic view of Titlis mountain and for the flat hiking trail around Trübsee. Ideal too for older people for whom the altitude at 3000 m above sea level is too high.
Suitable as a stopover on the Surenen Pass hike. The hut can be reached from Fürenalp top station in approximately 1 hour. Snacks are served
A warm welcome awaits you in both, summer and winter, at our Swiss Alpine Club hut. You will feel right at home in our cosy restaurant with its large sun terrace. A small menu featuring seasonal specialities will certainly be to your taste. Come and see for yourself!
There is always something beautiful to look at in the lounge at the Hotel Bellevue-Terminus. It may be the view onto the Hahnen mountain, the flickering open fire or the bar itself: Buena Vista. Gentle sounds, the aroma of coffee, one of the international newspapers – and even a rainy day can become perfect. In the evening there is occasionally an unplugged concert and always very good wine, grappa and much more…