Enzian mountain restaurant in Findeln under new management


Exciting gastronomic change at the Enzian. Philippe Oswald is now at the helm, combining tradition with French refinement.

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Philippe Oswald, who worked at the renowned Elsie's Bar for 12 years, successfully taking over the tenancy for the past five years, has made a name for himself in the Zermatt gastronomy scene. At Elsie's Bar and as resident manager at the Hotel Monte Rosa, where he also managed the Restaurant 1818, he has shown his talent for inspiring guests and offering gastronomic excellence. Chef Jean-Louis Barbier, previously sous chef at Unique Hotel Post before working as chef patissier at Hotel Europe and most recently at La Couronne, complements the team perfectly.  

Combining Swiss and French cuisine is at the heart of the concept, uniting Philippe's origins and his adopted home of Zermatt. Guests can look forward to a varied menu ranging from Swiss classics to French delicacies. One highlight is the “Moët&Chandon” oyster bar by the entrance.  

With its breathtaking view and warm and inviting ambience, the Enzian promises a gastronomic experience that will delight both local residents and tourists.