This cafe was a nice stop for a lunch break after a couple of hours on the slopes. In comparison with other Swiss resorts, the prices were much more reasonable, probably as they are competing with French prices nearby! We had toasted paninis with fries and they were reasonably priced and tasted good. We didn't have to wait too long for the food to arrive. Don't go here if you're expecting haute cuisine and a proper restaurant atmosphere. This is a pub-cafe and the menu range, prices and presentation of food reflects this (paninis and chips came in paper bags in baskets rather than served as a meal on plates) , which I didn't mind but some people may be surprised by it. Toilets were reasonably clean on this visit.
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