Culinary experiences in Interlaken & Montreux

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Mar 22, 2018 - 10:18 PM

Hi there,

Looking for any culinary related suggestions in both Interlaken and Montreux. Restaurants, tours, items to pick up at the grocery store, chocolate, cheese - what have you!

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Mar 23, 2018 - 2:03 AM in reply to racheldoran
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Mar 23, 2018 - 4:52 PM

Hi RachelDoran,

Here are some more ideas: tivities/culinarytours

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Mar 23, 2018 - 7:04 PM in reply to Arno

I saw this. I did not get any results for Interlaken or Montreux.

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Mar 24, 2018 - 4:58 PM in reply to racheldoran

Hi Rachel,

For Montreux check out Tourism Montreux for help: https://www.montreuxri ded-tours

a member last summer used the "be my guide" option and was very happy with it!

For Interlaken have you seen this site: ity/34946/swiss-food-and-culture-tour

I think you'll have an easier time finding food tours around Montreux typically. Very well known area for wine and cheese as well nearby.

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Mar 24, 2018 - 11:56 PM in reply to racheldoran

If you can get to Grindelwald on a Saturday morning, this stall run by local women farmers selling their own produce might interest you: en-au/events/event-35504981.html

Their own website is only in German, but Google Translate does a reasonable job of translating the gist of it.

This page describes the types of products they sell: e-angebote/

Information about the women themselves is here:über-uns/

For milk and cheese products from the region, there is also this store in Wengen, called Chäs-Gruebi: nser%20Laden/laden.htm

On the Switzerland Tourism Events page, you can filter by location, date and category "Gastronomy" for other possibilities. en-au/events.html

There is also the Swiss Tavolata, where women farmers offer fine dining on their own farms, though none are in the two locations you mentioned: ndex.php?language=en

Not all farms are accessible by public transport, but many are, and information about transport is included in the information provided about each offer: avolata/


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