10+ Best Restaurants in Verbier

Where to find finger-licking burgers, gooey cheese melts, authentic Italian pizza, and flaming steak in Switzerland’s happiest ski town, Verbier. Here is the ultimate guide to dining; the fancy, hearty, and classically swiss sustenance to entertain your taste buds after a long day of skiing.


Best Bar Food in Verbier

Sometimes after a long ski day, there is nothing better than a hearty burger, a portion of fries, and a platter of chicken wings to share with a pint of cold beer.


Our favorite hamburger title in Verbier goes to Le Shed

Le Shed is run by a young group of friends with a simple vision; "craft the best hamburgers in the Alps". Shed team makes their burgers with the best quality, fresh ingredients sourced locally to make the least impact on the planet and protect the winters for years to come! Make sure to arrive on time, there are no reservations - first come first served.


The all-time classic, Pub Mt.Fort A true Verbier establishment, home to Verbier’s first guesthouse, the Pub Mont Fort officially opened its doors in 1977, welcoming skiers for Àpres Ski drinks paired with hearty snacks. Their iconic mouth-watering burgers, loaded fries & nachos are a great everyday choice without breaking the bank!


Lumi, the new kid in town

Inspired by wild and authentic Mexican cuisine this bar serves the best tacos, ceviche, and frozen margaritas on tap in town. If you love tequila or mezcal - on rock or served as delicious cocktails - this is your place to be.


Best Founde, Raclette and Rosti in Verbier

When in Switzerland you can't leave without having fondue or raclette dinner at least one time. The cheesy melt is iconic and totally worth the hype. There is no better proof, there is even a founde emoji now. Here is our shortlist for Verbier.


The most authentic, Chez Eddy in Bruson

Literally attached to a Laterie (a place where they make milk), this small family-owned restaurant's authenticity might serve as a surprise at first sight. However once exploring the variety of cheese-only menu and savor the traditional dishes - the trip to the "other side of the hill" will become worthwhile. Accompany your meal with a bottle of Fendant for the best experience and talk to your servers - they are the ones that make the cheese and will be able to share fantastic stories!


The home of rösti, cheese, and stakes, Le Carrefour

If you are looking for a great cheese experience, but not all of you are cheese lovers, Le Carrefour is a safe choice to enjoy traditional Swiss cuisine along with some of the best European dishes. For a truly Swiss experience order one of the Röstis - we recommend the Rösti Creblet.


A walk up the hill, and a sled down. Chez Dany.

If you feel a little more adventurous a 20 min walk from a Carrefour - or a snow taxi ride up the hill you will find yourself in the hamlet of Clambin where this truly "Alpine" style restaurant charms its visitors. With a traditional Alpine menu with German, Italian, and French influences, this restaurant is perfect for cheese and meat lovers who want to experience a hearty meal in a magical location.


We get it; great Pizza is everything

So close to the Italian border, undoubtedly you will find some great pizzaiolos in the ski town.


Our favorite go-to choice Al Capone

Pizzas are made in a traditional pizza oven and classically garnished with high-quality fresh ingredients. Consistently great year after year! + points for always welcoming staff and salad starters on house. Great for date nights, but also family reunions.


Intenso, truly Italian

More than a pizza place, Intenso invites you to a unique flavor journey to savor the traditional Italian cuisine inspired by the Amalfi coast. All the signature dishes are made from exceptional quality, artisanal products and ingredients sourced locally and from the Mediterranean coast.


Eastern & Asian flavors

If you can't live without Asian flavors for a week, these two restaurants will quench your thirst and hunger for eastern flavors.

Aiseki Sushi the best sushi in town

Experience Izakaya in Verbier. The best way to describe an Izakaya is a casual Japanese dining and drinking experience. Fresh ingredients, fantastic flavor, and various textures.


Gun Powder curry house

Gunpowder certainly brings spice to the Verbier dining experience bringing bold flavors perfectly paired with a crafted gin-based cocktail offering.


Silver Spoon experience

Don't trust us, trust our friends at Michelin.


La Table d’Adrien 1 Michelin Star

Located in a cozy chalet-style hotel overlooking Verbier serves tasty, inventive Mediterranean cuisine. Italian Chef Sebastiano Lombardi pays particular attention to the superior quality of ingredients, which he crafts into superlative dishes. A treat for the eye and the tastebuds, each dish reveals consummate precision, high-flying creativity, and exciting flavors and textures. Insightful wine-food pairings, dutiful service, and a knock-out view add the final touch to the 5-star service. If a classical dining menu is not your thing, you can still experience head chefs' extraordinary talent at the Sunday Brunch festivities.


Bon Apetit!