VerbierResort Guide - Restaurants
Restaurant Guide Verbier
Featuring a warming open fire and a fabulous terrace with stunning views across Verbier, Le Sonalon is a favourite spot for locals and tourists alike.
The food is a mixture of traditional Swiss dishes with a modern twist. With charismatic and helpful service, Le Sonalon specialises in regional cheeses as well as locally reared beef and veal dishes. Transport to Le Sonalon ought to be organised in advance as it is not a walking distance from central Verbier. This can be off putting for many patrons but it is well worth the effort. Transport options include getting there by car, or by cable car to Savoleyres and then walking down to the restaurant, local bus or taxi.
Celebrated as one of the finest restaurants in Verbier, La Marlenaz should be at the top of your Verbier bucket list.
If you want to avoid the crowds Le Marlenaz offers you a relaxing escape with exceptional food and service. The menu follows a seasonal and local theme, from wild mushrooms to local game. Their röstis and salads in particular come highly recommended. At La Marlenaz there is also the option to book rooms for private functions, perfect if your visit to Verbier includes a special event.
For thrill-seekers, you can sledge back to Verbier after your meal, although caution is necessary along the narrow paths! Many people walk to La Marlenaz, however it is also possible to ski there if you know the way. Ski-doo's can be ordered to give you a lift if you are unsure on finding it yourself.
Al Capone is extremely popular making it fundamental to book in advance.
You can eat as early as 5pm making it perfect if you prefer an early dinner. It is an ideal place for children, offering tasty authentic Italian pizzas. These can also be ordered and picked up if take away is more convenient. Al Capone exudes traditional Swiss atmosphere inside.
Its main fault is that its popularity means that it can get very noisy. Al Capone also has a deal with many large tour operators meaning that is it often inundated with large groups. If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful evening, look elsewhere. Situated near Brunet, Al Capone is easily accessible. Al Capone is just high enough to offer spectacular views of the valley.
What We Like
ParapontingSki off the side of the mountain to be gently caught by the breeze and soar down the valley.
Freeride World Tour FinalThe freeride to end all freerides. The chance to see world-class skiers tackling some of the most daring terrain in the Alps.
A spot of Heli-YogaFor those who appreciate the calm and serenity of practising yoga, takd a helicopter to the top of a Swiss mountain for a yoga class in one of the most tranquil and spectacular places in the world.
Après ski at the FarinetFor anyone fond of après ski; enjoy the live music, a retractable roof, and staff that show you how to party.