Andermatt impresses with its diverse dining scene: outstanding gourmet restaurants, traditional Swiss inns, cosy mountain pubs, child-friendly family restaurants, rustic fondue eateries, and authentic pizzerias offer fine cuisine and Swiss hospitality.
Our protective measures in the restaurants
Version: 18 December 2021
In accordance with the order of the Federal Council, 2G rules apply at all restaurants. This means that access to the indoor areas of restaurants, bars and lunchrooms is allowed only for those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or have recovered from it. In addition, mask-wearing is mandatory, and food and beverages may be consumed only when seated. Access is no longer allowed for persons who only have a certificate showing a negative Covid test.
When entering, we ask that you have a valid Swiss or EU Covid certificate ready for presentation, along with an official identity document (annual pass is not considered an official identity document). Proof of having suffered from a Covid illness (medical attestations, orders lifting quarantine, laboratory certificate, cantonal confirmations, etc.) or a vaccination booklet will not be accepted. Because of the obligation to present a Covid certificate, the lunchroom on Nätschen will remain closed. Until further notice, the Gurschen and Milez lunchrooms are open.