It’s cold out and winter is upon us so it is time for that most Swiss winter tradition, fondue. So i have come up with a few of my favourite locations around the city for this cheesy treat. Now, if you are a tourist or are new to fondue don’t let the locals fool you. There is no horrible penance to losing your bread such as the one pictured above.
Ahoy there! Yes, you can get nautical with Zurich’s own Fondue ship. The boat departs from Bürkliplatz and you can enjoy the twinkling lights of Zurich whilst consuming your bodyweight in cheese. Until 22nd March Departs Burkliplatz at 6:30pm
Fondue Alp are making their annual appearance at Grossmünster. Be wary, their website gives the impression that they also serve fondue in Europaalle but i happen to know this is not true. Having said that, i recommend trying their own mix. Amazing.
Don’t forget to bring oxygen as Chäsalp stands at a whopping 61702 cm above sea level. That’s high. Situated in the lovely Töbelhof it’s a great place to enjoy a fondue and work off the calories with the walk home.
To busy for the exhausting climb? Binz & Kunz are also offering fondue with a delicious truffle fondue accompanying the more traditional Appenzeller and Moité-Moité varieties. They also do a fondue Chinoise as well if you’ve visited every restaurant on the list can’t face cheese anymore.
A cable car ride is always a good precursor to a fondue and at Felsenegg you get just that. Take the train to Adliswil and ride up in Luftseilbahn Adliswil Felsenegg. A great way to impress if you have visitor that are new to the city.
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