Fine Dining in Spiez, Switzerland

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Spiez is a lovely town off the coast of Lake Thun. My husband and I went to enjoy the Thunersee boat cruise as well as the hikes that surround this gorgeous area. Knowing we would be out and about all day, we knew we wanted to spoil ourselves with a fine dining experience.

Restaurant Belle Epoque

Swiss Restaurant
Price Range: 6 Course Meal Fr. 118 – Without Cheese Fr.106

This beautiful restaurant is nestled in a perfect location in Spiez amongst the majestic alps leaving a spectacular view. Being part of the Michelin Guide of 2019 and the Swiss Wine List, the food did not disappoint either. The chef uses regional ingredients to make strong & delicious dishes! It was truly a foodie experience.

To start, we were served warm, fresh baked bread alongside homemade butter, olive pate and tomato pesto.
Here we were served the Hiramasa Kingfish resting over green gazpacho, fermented garlic & perfectly cooked quinoa. A beautiful mix of tastes.
This was out favourite dish of the evening consisting of homemade Fagottini, lovely shiitake mushrooms, sprinkled with parmesan cheese & chervil
Our next course was a delicious and crisp Meagre filet nestled by smooth aubergine puree, oven bell peppers and buckwheat.
The final savoury meat course consisted of a charcoal grilled dry aged beef sirloin steak, silky avocado and smoked potatoes.
We were those people to top off all that amazing food, to get the cheese plate. No regrets, this cheese plate was phenomenal.
This unique dessert was a great finish to a memorable foodie evening. Local yoghurt ice cream, virgin olive oil, young beet root and sorrel was delightfully paired perfectly together.

If you enjoy spoiling yourself from time to time, I do recommend indulging in a 5 or 6 course meal at Restaurant Belle Epoque.

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