Jan 2, 2018 - 3:52 PM
We were in Zermatt in late November, 2017. Two of us eat meat, one is a vegetarian and the other is a pescatarian (eats vegetables, fish and seafood). Usually this is a hard group to feed but we had no problems in Zermatt. The first night we had fondue and salads/sandwiches at Old Zermatt. Three of us shared the fondue--it's an enormous portion. Very cozy and comfy.
Next night we ate dinner at Post Stubli and lunch at the Brown Cow (the hotel's bar/restaurant).. Both were very good.
We splurged at the Omnia which was simply fantastic--can't say enough about the food and service there.
We also ate at Puro Cervo, which was very good--lots of choices from giant hamburgers to great fish.
We had pizza for lunch at a very large Italian restaurant near the Lindt chocolate shop--sorry don't remember the name.
Everywhere we ate the service was very good and the food was great--however by far the Omnia was simply the best--since we were there before the "season" we were able to get in. From what we understand, that's not possible for anyone but hotel guests when the season starts.