Top 7 International food in Flumserberg, Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland

May 31, 2020 Kaleigh Reichenbach

Best International restaurants nearby. Discover the best International food in Flumserberg. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for International restaurants near you. including Alpenblick Tannenboden Flumserberg, Chiliwerk - Delikatessen von Hagmann, Hotel Stump's Alpenrose, Gade, Restaurant maree, Restaurant Torkel, Alpstein

7. Alpstein

Hof 1744, Wildhaus 9658 Switzerland Swiss, International, European, Central European Dinner, Lunch Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible [email protected] +41 71 999 22 12 http://www.alp-stein.ch/
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4 based on 39 reviews

Alpstein

Reviewed By Smoke_Trees

Well, what can I say about this place...Despite it's slightly sheltered location (on the way to Gamplüt just passed the bend after the Hotel Sonne), we were informed by locals that this was THE restaurant in Wildhaus. To be honest, from the outside, it looked uninteresting but having eaten in all the other restaurants in Wildhaus, we decided to give it a go. Thank God we did.It was just before lunch time on December 31st and we hadn't reserved for NY's eve dinner yet. Upon walking into Alpstein at 11:30am, we were immediately served our order of coffees and croissants. When we asked about the evening's dinner, they said there was only a set menu on offer and only 1 table remaining. As my partner does not have an extensive palate, the set menu was deemed too exotic for her liking. We instead decided to have a nice leisurely long lunch rather than a festive dinner. Great decision.The menu is much better than what you would get in all the other restaurants in Wildhaus. There is no hint of fondue, rösti (too touristy in the mountains) or pizzas and sandwiches, their menu consists of excellent game meats hunted by the owner himself as well as exceptional Italian dishes (meats, rissottos, pastas, etc...). The head chef and his assistant are Italian and their food is the real deal.We were served by Erika and she was outstanding. As a foreigner and a hotelier who has lived in Switzerland for many years, it comes as no surprise that I consider Swiss hospitality to be despicable. However, occassionally, you come across real genuine givers and Erika is one of them. She really was perfect. She was friendly yet gave us our privacy, informative, cheerful and pleasant. We started with an aperol spritz and a campari soda as aperitifs. Both were well made and served in contemporary glassware. Our starters were a mixed salad prepared by my partner from the self service salad buffet and a mixed vegetable soup for me. The salad was fresh and my soup was heavenly. No artificial flavourings or seasonings in my soup, just pure good quality ingredients in a delicious heart warming soup.For mains, my partner had a pan sautéed pork escalope bathed in a cream sauce served with noodles and veggies (rahm schnitzel). I tried her dish and it was excellent. The pork was tender, juicy and full of flavour. The veggies themselves were a gorgeous mix of fresh produce consisting of over 7 types of vegetables, not just the usual peas and carrots. My main course was Gams pfeffer. At first I was not aware of what Gams was in English and neither did Erika. Nevertheless, a few internet searches on my phone informed me that it was infact Chamois. Erika was also pleased to find out. As a carnivore who adores his game meat, I opted for it. It was really very delicious. Slightly gamey, slightly livery and meltingly tender in a very rich sauce (pfeffer) which is normally made with red wine and occassionally the animal's blood. Served with spätzle (flour dumplings) and a poached pear with home made berry relish, it was really outstanding. Along with the mains I enjoyed a very fine bottle of Amelia Nero D'Avola from Sicily and it went together like harmony. For desserts, we shared a poppy seed and apricot tart with home made vanilla ice cream. It was very very good. The tart was not too sweet, the poppy seeds adding a lovely nutty earthiness and the ice cream was heavenly vanilla, you could even see the vanilla flecks in the ice cream.As we are regulars in Wildhaus, this place has become and will be our favourite. Not only is the service outstanding, so is the food, the presentation, the quality and the menu in itself. Well done Alpstein, we will be back very soon. Thank you again Erika.

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6. Restaurant Torkel

Hintergass 9, Vaduz 9490 Liechtenstein International, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Parking Available, Full Bar [email protected] +423 232 44 10 http://www.torkel.li/
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5 based on 127 reviews

Restaurant Torkel

Reviewed By Peter B

Superb restaurant overlooking the vineyard and in the shadow of the castle. Food was superb! Superb wine list too! On a day when it was 34 degrees, the heavens opened! Expensive but excellent!

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5. Restaurant maree

Mareestrasse 29 Mareestrasse, 29, Vaduz 9490 Liechtenstein European, Central European, International, Healthy Dinner, Lunch, Late Night Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Table Service, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +423 239 02 02 http://www.sonnenhof.li
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5 based on 249 reviews

Restaurant maree

One Michelin star, two toques from Gault Millau and numerous awards from Gourmet magazines. Whether a festive menu or stylish business lunch, Hubertus Real and his culinary team produce unique delicacies, inspired by nature and the season.

Reviewed By Drgole

If you want fabulous interesting food, then you should head to Restaurant Maree, located at the Park Hotel Sonnenhof. We stayed in the hotel and reservations are recommended for lunch or dinner. The chefs are Michelin chef’s and they prepare unique fabulous food to tantalize your tastebuds. Great local wines complement the food. Well worth a visit.

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4. Gade

Hintere Schwendistrasse 41, Unterwasser 9657 Switzerland Swiss, International, European Dinner Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Highchairs Available [email protected] +41 71 999 12 35 http://www.gade.ch
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4 based on 32 reviews

Gade

Reviewed By WalterH115

The Gade is a unique and romantic restaurant in the middle of the skiing and sleigh ride slope in Unterwasser. If you're in the beautiful Toggenburg valley you shouldn't leave without visiting the Gade. It's equally popular with hikers, skiers, romantic couples, families and groups. The owners and the staff are extremely friendly and attentive. They are eager to fulfill yours every wish and make you feel at home.That feeling is intensified when you dine in the cosy original wooden mountain style chalet room with the fire place and the two alcoves (see pictures). The atmosphere is just one of a kind. The food is mountain-style and impeccable at prices that you can only dream of in the city. If there's anything I could wish for it's a real good bottle of wine. All in all, I can only recommend this charming mountain gem.

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3. Hotel Stump's Alpenrose

Vordere Schwendistrasse 62 9658 Wildhaus, Wildhaus 9658 Switzerland Swiss, International, European, Central European Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Drinks, Brunch Reservations, Seating, Free Off-Street Parking, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol [email protected] +41 71 998 52 52 http://stumps-alpenrose.ch
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4 based on 76 reviews

Hotel Stump's Alpenrose

Reviewed By Smoke_Trees

We only stopped by for a drink on a Sunday just before lunchtime. The place is nice with a chalet feel to it but the main restaurant is furnished in a more modern way, less wood, sparsely decorated and bright. The waiters are very well dressed, women in traditional Swiss dirndls and the men in waistcoats and ties. I took a look at their menu and their chef, who is mentioned all over the menu as well as in the introduction, seems to be well known and commands a 15 person kitchen brigade. Lots of repeaters seemed to be coming in for their weekly Sunday meals. The menu looked good and resembled all other Swiss mountain restaurants, albeit with higher prices. I am sure the food is good here as the restaurant seems to be the main attraction here.Next time round, we will dine here. I wonder if it can beat my beloved Alpstein in Wildhaus, my favorite restaurant in this town.

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2. Chiliwerk - Delikatessen von Hagmann

Lindenplatz 10, Walenstadt 8880 Switzerland Caribbean, Cajun & Creole, International [email protected] +41 81 735 16 16 http://www.chiliwerk.ch

Reviewed By Gourmet_T23

Diese Einkehr war ein voller Erfolg, bei der Wärme war draussen ein Bufet aufgebaut.Die Chefin hat uns ausserordentlich nett empfangen und uns das Essen erklärt.Es gab fast alles vegetarische Gerichte, was uns gar nicht gestört hat, denn alles war sehr sehr gut gewürzt, dazu ein Glasel Weisswein, was willst du mehr, Preise angemessen, Fazit: gerne wieder im Sommer draussen, denn drinnen gibt es nur einen einzigen Tisch für 12 Personen

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1. Alpenblick Tannenboden Flumserberg

Bergstrasse, Flumserberg Switzerland Swiss, International, European http://www.altesektion.ch/restaurantab
Alpenblick Tannenboden Flumserberg

Reviewed By AndreiTitu

Strong points:1. There are many points where the view is wonderful ( top of slope 40 / 41 is the best)2. The slopes are quite diverse, for all levels3. Quite close from ZürichWeak points:1. Some of the ski lists need improvment (their main gondola, B1, was made about 1000 years ago)2. The number of slopes should be bigger in order to consider a full week ski vacation

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