The finest

Alpine Gourmet
Prato Borni

Fine dining does not always have to be French. In the gourmet restaurant at the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof local products are worked and combined to perfection with great sensitivity.

The best of alpine cuisine

With the Alpine Gourmet concept, the head chef Heinz Rufibach and his team at the Prato Borni restaurant showcase products from the Valais region with a new and imaginative twist. Aficionados of good food and drink can look forward to new and memorable culinary creations, which have been awarded 15 points from GaultMillau.  > more Information

Opening times:
Thursday to Tuesday:  7 p.m. – 10.00 p.m. with advance notice: +41 27 966 66 00
Summer season: 22 June 2018 to 16 September 2018


Brasserie Lusi

The perfect place for those who prefer things simple and uncomplicated. The menu features the very best of French brasserie cuisine as well as classic international dishes.


Bright and airy

The name Lusi is Zermatt dialect for a small folding lantern with a warm light that climbers used to take with them into the mountains in former times. This is what the atmosphere in Restaurant Lusi is like: bright and welcoming. In the daytime, the Matterhorn looks benevolently down at those lunching on the restaurant terrace. In the evening, diners enjoy culinary delights to gentle candlelight. > more information

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Opening times:
Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m.– 11 p.m.
Summer season: 22 June 2018 to 16 September 2018

Modern yet traditional

Swiss cheese restaurant saycheese!

It’s cosy in the small cheese restaurant. The cheese is expertly refined with a great deal of attention to detail and is prepared and served with passion.


A delicious fondue in “saycheese!” is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. For the restaurant’s young team, “saycheese!” is a way of life. Everyone is in a good mood. The atmosphere is relaxed. The quality of the cheese is exceptional. > more Information

Opening times:
Tuesday to Saturday: 5 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Summer season: 22 June 2018 to 16 September 2018


The Ruden Bar

The Ruden Bar is snug and cosy. In winter a crackling open fire keeps the cold at bay. The bar menu includes light lunchtime snacks, afternoon coffee and cake, and a selection of delicious aperitifs for heralding in the evening.


What’s in a name?

The Ruden Bar is named after Reverend Josef Ruden, the driving force behind the construction of the Zermatterhof. In the rest of the hotel, too, the history of the Zermatterhof can be felt everywhere you go.

Opening times:
Monday to Sunday: 1 p.m.– 11 p.m.
Summer season: 22 June 2018 to 16 September 2018


The Stars Bar

The Stars Bar is just the place to mull over the day’s events and relish the evening. Here each moment becomes a memory worth savouring.


Convivial and relaxed

The Stars Bar offers an extensive menu of fashionable cocktails and traditional drinks. With gentle piano music, rosy faces and contented smiles all around, it is easy to enjoy the Stars Bar until deep, deep into the night.

Opening times: Monday to Sunday: 7 p.m. till late
Summer season: 22 June 2018 to 16 September 2018


Smokers Lounge

The Smokers Lounge in the Stars Bar is open all day. Black leather upholstery and an open fire invite you to stay and relax. Of course you are also welcome to enjoy drinks from the bar in the Smokers’ Lounge. A smooth brandy or mature whisky will make a particularly fitting accompaniment to your fine cigar.