#Happy fondue is so much fun!
Sitting around the big table, talking about the day’s snow adventures and sharing a Fondue Chinoise – one of Switzerland’s most popular dishes. Every Saturday, part of the happy #3 board for our hotel guests! Booking required for à la carte guests – €39 per person.
#Happy fondue menu
- Caesar salad with crispy bacon, Parmesan, egg and croutons
- Soup of the day
- Beef broth
- Side dishes: fries, croquettes and baked potatoes as well as a range of home-made sauces
Dessert of the day
#Happy #fondue facts
Fondue originates in the Western Alps – the French-speaking part of Switzerland, Savoy in France, and Piedmont and the Aosta Valley in Italy.
The word fondue comes from the French: «fondre» = melt, «fondu» = molten.
It is thought that fondue was invented by monks as a food that could circumvent fasting rules.
The cheese variety is the original fondue.
The earliest known published recipe dates back to 1699.
The world’s largest fondue contained 922.5 kilograms of cheese!