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Our Restaurant

A few facts about our restaurant

No Smoking

Vegetarian Options

Free Wi-Fi

Pets Allowed

The name of Zermatt, as well as that of the Matterhorn itself, derives from the alpine meadows, or matten in the valley. The name appeared first as Zur Matte (“at the meadow”) and became later Zermatt. It does not appear until 1495 on a map, but may have been employed long before.

The town of Zermatt, while dense, is geographically small. There are three main streets which run along the banks of the Matter Vispa, and numerous cross-streets, especially around the station and the church which forms the centre of Zermatt. In general anything is at most a thirty-minute walk away.

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