Time Out says
A beautiful spot for lunch on the sunny side of the mountains.
After spending a morning in the snow working up an appetite, there are few better places to end up for lunch than this mountain restaurant. Perched at 1,792m on the south-facing side of the Grindelwald valley, its sun-trap of a terrace overlooks the vast Eiger mountain on the opposite side. It’s a jaw-dropping backdrop for a lunch of traditional mountain fare including goulash soup, rösti, pork schnitzel and älplermaccaroni. You’ll need it after all the frolicking in the snow you’ll be doing up here – Bussalp is at the midpoint of Europe’s (and some say the world’s, but who’s measuring) toboggan run, which allows you to slide 15km from the Faulhorn mountain down to Grindelwald. Access to the restaurant by more traditional means is done by bus from Grindelwald.