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Where to eat fondue in Switzerland

Dip your way through our guide to the best restaurants and places in Switzerland for finding the melted, cheesy delight that is fondue...

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The fondue tram experience in Zurich



Tourists rarely stumble upon this cosy restaurant way up on the Zürichberg. It's popular with locals for its wide variety of cheesy dishes and flavoured fondues including chilli, mushroom and peppercorn.

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Chässtube Rehalp

Larger and more spacious than the Fribourger Fonduestübli, this cheese haven at the edge of town is a favourite for tourists and locals alike, so do book well in advance.

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Swiss Chuchi

Although this restaurant does attract a large amount of tourists, it is equally as popular with residents, thanks to it being a reliable and classic local fondue experience. 

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Baracca Zermatt

Even though this restaurant is somewhat off the beaten track, once inside it offers a surprisingly authentic rustic chalet atmosphere, complete with a cosy fireplace. 

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Le Dézaley

Located near the Grossmünster, this restaurant is renowned for its cheese fondue. Dip into this traditional Swiss dish, which many say is the best to be found in Zurich, or branch out with a range of other hearty specialties.

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Themed trams: fondue tram

Looking for that special ride on a tram? Seasonally changing themed trams like the fondue tram, the apéro tram or the sushi tram depart from a designated stop at Bellevue. 

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La Buvette des Bains

This café-restaurant is part of Geneva’s Bains des Paquis, a 1930s-era public swimming baths on Lake Geneva’s right bank. Open year round, it offers hearty fondue in the heated cabin in winter.

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Le Gruyérien

It's a way out of the centre but this little place is worth the journey. Serving rich and velvety fondue in a traditional Swiss environment (chalet-style furnishings, cow motifs), Le Gruyérien is great for a casual night out in a friendly atmosphere. 

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Les Armures

The main reason to visit this hotel restaurant is for fondue. There are several places in town that do a decent Swiss moitié-moitié (half vacherin, half gruyère cheese), but this one is particularly boozy, rich and moreish. 

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Old Town (Vieille Ville)

Café du Soleil

Like a picture out of a fairy-tale, the majestic house that shelters Café du Soleil welcomes clients from all over the world and is known for its delicious homemade fondue. 

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Café Bon-Vin

Have you every tasted a tomato, a goat cheese or a champagne fondue? At Café-Bonvin, you can have it all. 

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Café Romand

This traditional Swiss brasserie has been serving up specialities from French-speaking Switzerland in its wood-panelled interior since 1951.

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Ville Marché

Pinte Besson


This tall, narrow building at the end of one of Lausanne’s scruffiest streets claims to be the oldest pub in Lausanne. The menu is classic Swiss, including rich moitié-moitié fondue.

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Ville Marché

Café de l’Évêché

If you like fondue but you’re not a strict traditionalist, this is the place to come. Café de l’Évêché has no fewer than 11 different fondues on the menu, from the classic moitié-moitié, to a house fondue with beer.

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Cité / Old Town

Café de Grancy


Sitting on a street corner in a quiet neighbourhood behind the main train station, this is one of Lausanne’s most popular cafés, so much so that you’d be hard pressed to get a table for lunch or dinner without booking ahead. Stop by in the afternoon and it’s a much more relaxed vibe. With an array of hot drinks – including 15 speciality teas – comfy armchairs, a selection of battered books and board games, plus free wi-fi, it’s easy to while away the day. The food is consistently good (especially the desserts) and there’s always something to draw you back, including fondue night on Wednesdays and brunch on weekend mornings.

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Sous Gare

La Ferme Vaudoise

This deli is stuffed full of edible specialities from the local area, including patés, dried meats, smoked lake fish, herbs, oils, dried mushrooms, double cream, fondue cheese, wine, beers and schnapps. 

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Ville Marché

More recommended fondue experiences in Switzerland

Baracca Zermatt • Basel

This city centre seasonal pop-up restaurant has a surprisingly authentic mountain chalet atmosphere with some chic finishing touches to it. The menu features cheese or the popular Chinoise variation of fondue and more.

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Restaurant Rosengarten • Bern

This laid-back eaterie has a lovely location adjacent to Bern’s celebrated Rose Gardens, and it’s no surprise that the outdoor terrace is the principal attraction, with offerings of fondue on the veranda and log fires during the winter months. 

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Iglu Dorf • Davos

How about trying out Alpine accommodation experience with a difference? Davos-Klosters has its own specially created igloo village with events and activities, ranging from fondue meals to carving ice sculptures. 

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Gondolezza at Hotel Walther • Pontresina

Fancy dining in a cable car? The focus is firmly on fondue here - made in the the local Gletscher style with alpine cheese, naturally. Other traditional dishes on the menu include raclette, Grisons barley soup, sausages and salads.

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Restaurant Les Mazots • Les Diablerets

Open for the summer and winter seasons, this mountain chalet restaurant in the Meilleret area of Les Diablerets in the Vaud Alps is perfectly positioned for the ski slopes and hiking routes. 

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Les Diablerets

Schwellenmaetteli Restaurants • Bern

The Schwellenmätteli comprises three riverfront eateries, all with stunning views of the River Aare up to Bern Minster. In winter, the Fondue Hut - a rustic, wood-pannelled room that does a roaring trade on this traditional alpine dish.

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Käsestube Furgg • Zermatt

This traditional, chalet-style restaurant is the perfect place for a fondue, raclette or grilled cheese sandwich with some incredible views thrown in for free. 

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