Find out what European restaurants to try in Stoos. Stoos is a village located in the municipality of Morschach. It lies at 1,300 metres in the Swiss canton of Schwyz, and has about 100 inhabitants. It is used as a small ski resort with a cable car leading to the Fronalpstock.
4 based on 49 reviews
The place is new, sleek and with a premium view of the lake. free WiFi and car parking just 50 metres away. We had a tea and a latte costs us 10 Sw Fr. We are spoiled.
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4 based on 65 reviews
Das Gasthaus Pluspunkt der BSZ Stiftung ist ein Ort der Begegnung und Ã¼berzeugt die GÃ¤ste mit seiner naturnahen und kreativen KÃ¼che. Ãberraschende Kreationen aus regionalen Produkten und herzliche Gastfreundschaft laden ein zum Verweilen und Geniessen. Ga
I've been to Pluspunkt a couple of times and always enjoyed myself! Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable and the food is always great. They use mainly products and ingredients from closeby farms and producers. Lots of local specialities!
4 based on 14 reviews
Since October 2012, our kitchen in "Albert" combines surprising creations from regional products and sustainable fisheries every evening into a convincing 4 course half board menu or Ã la carte. The restaurant was rebuilt in 2012 and equipped with 58,000
Stoos is a small village on a high plateau above Brunnen, good for walks/hikes from late spring to autumn. Skiing in winter with Chairlifts to the Klingenstock and Fronalpstock. It's also possible to do a ridge hike between the 2 peaks which I would like to try one day, but not knowing how narrow the path can get, have to check more. The restaurant at the Seminar hotel has the best food on any mountain within 30km. When one goes walking on Swiss mountains, food at country restaurants tends to be the usual bratwurst, Mac&cheese Swiss style, schnitzel etc. The menu here offers a greater selection, the food is prepared with imagination and beautifully presented. Food is comparable to any smart city restaurant, with added special touches. Like the bottle of award winning Ephesus olive oil they bring with the very fresh bread. Prices are quite reasonable for the quality. They offer a 2 course lunch menu for CHF 23, with dessert it's CHF 28. Our waitress Katrin was professional and super cheerful. Granted the building looks dated from the outside, but they've renovated the interior in a cosy modern style with a few traditional items. Not having stayed here, I can't comment on the spa facilities or rooms. For an outing to a Swiss mountain, followed by a good lunch, I would recommend Stoos and the seminar hotel. It's not a fancy village, but popular with walkers, and the cable car price is 1/2 that of the Rigi.
The restaurant is located in the middle of Stoos, next to the skii school - really easy to find it!It has a big beautiful terrace with a great view. The crew is really nice, so all in all, it worths a visit!(the pictures show the location and view)
This little place is just off the tiny village centre, but very well located for wonderful mountain walks, the top of the funicular, and the bottom of some chairlifts.Unfortunately we didnât get to eat there as basically they were closed for food, but we sat and had a very pleasant drink.Itâs a boutique hotel, very stylish, with a beautiful owner dressed in local costume and she was very charming. If we go to Stoos again we will make a point of eating there.
4 based on 78 reviews
Great, quirky decor in this place a couple of minutes walk from the Lakeside.Very friendly and attentive service.Tried the Saturday Lunchtime menu. Nice soup and salad. Very tender meat served with rÃ¶sti fries and very well prepared vegetables.Highly recommend!
4 based on 23 reviews
We were here with friends from the Bernese Oberland. After the wonderful trip on the new railway (steepest in the world) we walked to the restaurant that had been recommended to us. There is a large terrace are, but we chose to go inside. The staff were very friendly, the service fast, and after an aperitif we ordered lunch.Fast and efficient with a limited menu that covers all the needs of the sport/ski enthusiast.Very good wine cellar, which is quite rare in alpine family resorts.
4 based on 35 reviews
Typical Swiss on slope eating place; not a great menu choice but what is available is well prepared and efficiently served. A bit more expensive possibly than would be were there a wider choice of restaurants in this ski area although nothing out of the ordinary. Sausage, soup, two coffees and two glasses of water for CHF 35.
4 based on 74 reviews
Hurrah! Usually when visiting mountain-top Swiss villages, one gets the usual fare: schnitzel, rÃ¶sti, and the ubiquitous sausage and chips. Not here. The owners care deeply about their food and wine and proudly present unusual and perfectly cooked fare, such as hay soup or chilled pancake with berries and beetroot. The children's menu is also a cut above, with home-made chicken nuggets and roasted potatoes. What a treat!
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