Auberge de Mont Cornu
The place to feast on seasonal produce is Auberge deMontCornu , a chalet at 1152m, well-endowed with flower blossoms and surrounded by cow-spotted fields.
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Canton de Neuchâtel
La Cour du Peintre is an excellent restaurant that serves lunch.
Restaurant Aux Trois Amis is a quintessential village bistro with a centuries-old facade up which a vine creeps. The place really comes into its own in summer, when its tree-shaded terrace heaves with punters purring contentedly as they eat, drink and gaze at the tumbling vines, just centimetres away, and the slate-blue water rippling towards St Peter’s below.
Eat well on the pretty tree-shaded terrace or up top in the more formal restaurant at this ode to regional cuisine – perch filets fresh from the lake?
For beach buzz hit this waterfront café-restaurant where boarders eat, drink, play pétanque (French bowls) and lounge. Brunch is dished up Sunday, beach sushi is a Friday speciality and weekends usher in a rash of party-mad themed soirées (sexy blue jeans, western, rock & roll etc) on the sand.
Georges Wenger cooks up incredible Michelin-starred culinary creations at his self-named restaurant and hotel, opposite the hamlet’s tiny train station.
Tastebuds pirouette in heaven at this upmarket Italian splurge between exposed stone and transparent Kartell chairs.
Thai restaurant with staggering views from its Old Town roof terrace.
This authentic Italian oozes elegance. From the polished wooden tables to the flickering candles, olive-oil soaked bruschetta and cries of ‘ciao bella!’ emanating from the kitchen, you could quite easily imagine that you were in Florence.
Natural daylight streams into this contemporary bistro with high ceilings, changing art installations in the window and sofa seating to lounge on between meals. Cuisine is Italianate; its mixed plate of antipasti (small/medium Sfr12/18) makes an alternative lunch. Sunday brunch costs Sfr25.
Peppermint-green walls pierced by pea-green shutters flag this historic restaurant plum in the heart of the Old Town. Cuisine is equally age-old: think various types of Rösti and lots of beef, veal, pork and horse (yes!) steaks ’n cutlets, often in a creamy sauce.