Mountain Restaurants

Meiringen-Hasliberg Mountain Restaurants

Hasliberg ski area includes half a dozen mountain restaurants and a few bars. The restaurants generally quite good and being conveniently situated near the top of a gondola are easily reached by skiers and non-skiers alike.

Alpen Tower

Alpen Tower at 2,250m is Meiringen-Hasliberg’s highest mountain restaurant and a popular meeting place. Enjoy a generous breakfast buffet with a glass of prosecco served from 9:00-11:30am and arrive early for a late morning aperitif or for lunch with stunning 360-degree panoramic views. The impressive timber, glass and steel building on three floors features a first floor Panorama Restaurant with sun terrace and either table-service or self-service. The varied menu includes pasta and salads as well as traditional Swiss dishes and a good selection of house wines. Alternatively, visit the 360-degree Tower bar on the upper floor for a drink. Tel: +41 (0) 33 972 53 26

Bergrestaurant Mägisalp

Bergrestaurant Mägisalp, is in the centre of the ski area at 1,710m. Easily reached by cable car from Meiringen to Reuti then riding the Reuti-Bidmi-Mägisalp gondolas. The biggest mountain restaurant in Meiringen it’s also one of the best featuring self-service and table service restaurants and a popular Pizzeria. Open in the evening as well as during the day, Mägisalp has seating indoors for over 300 people and can seat a similar number outside on the sun terrace. The menu includes traditional Swiss dishes such as raclette and cheese or meet fondue, some excellent meat dishes, homemade pizzas and desserts. The restaurant also hosts corporate events and wedding parties and hence standards are quite high. Tel: +41 (0) 33 972 53 20

Bergrestaurant Käserstatt

Bergrestaurant Käserstatt at 1,840m has a large sun terrace with excellent views and is possibly the most popular of all of Hasliberg’s mountain restaurants with indoor seating for 250 in the main restaurant and a further 70 seats in the cosy parlour restaurant. The large sun terrace seats up to 150 people with splendid views of the Wetterhorn and the Eiger to the south. Situated at the top of the Wasserwendi-Lischen-Käserstatt gondola, above Twing, it can also be reached by skiing red run 8 from Hochstrass (2,180m) or riding the chairlift from Bidmi to Käserstatt. Ski-in, ski-out accommodation is also available for families and groups. Tel: +41 (0) 33 971 27 86


Hääggenstubeli is a traditional mountain hut restaurant at 2,010m serving traditional Swiss dishes. Specialities include a roesti, grilled sausage, raclette, chäsbrätel (grilled cheese on a crusty bread) slice) and macaroni main dishes and a selection of freshly prepared desserts. It’s quite tiny inside with just four or five tables seating up to 30 people, but the sun terrace seats up to 100 and is a pleasant and popular meeting place for lunch or a drink in fine weather. It’s located close to the top of the Mägisalp-Häägen chairlift and open only in winter. The WC’s, set apart from the main restaurant in a Hansel and Gretel style chalet, are surely the prettiest of conveniences in the Alps. Tel: +41 (0) 33 971 49 29

Bärgbeizli Bidmi

Bärgbeizli Bidmi is an unsophisticated restaurant with a no frills menu, located close to the ski school offices, children’s area and beginner slopes at Bidmi. The chalet style building comprises three sections with plenty of outdoor tables and benches. While reasonably attractive at first glance on closer inspection it’s quite ordinary, but serves an acceptable lunch in an attractive mid-mountain setting and is easy for novices and beginners to reach. Tel: +41 (0) 33 971 45 90

Family Restaurant Bidmi

Family Restaurant Bidmi forms part of the gondola lift station building at Bidmi. Although not especially attractive from the outside, it proudly bears the “Families Welcome” seal of approval from the Swiss Tourism Organisation. The interior is specially designed and furnished to meet the needs of families with younger children with child-friendly seating including high-chairs for babies. Tel: +41 (0) 33 971 10 80

Kuhstall Bar Mägisalp

Kuhstall Bar Mägisalp is a small cowshed bar serving hot and cold drinks and snacks, with tables and benches seating up to 100. It’s a popular meeting point and convenient for pit-stops on warm sunny days. It gets busiest in March and April when in party mode with DJ’s and live music. It’s situated next to the Mägisalp restaurant, close to the gondola station and the foot of the Mägisalp-Hääggen chairlift. Open only in winter. Tel: +41 (0) 33 972 53 20

Aquarium Ski Bar

The Aquarium Ski Bar at Käserstatt 1,840m serves hot and cold snacks as well as a large variety of drinks. A popular meeting point next to the piste, this curiously named ski bar sometimes hosts open-air ski parties and events with live music.  Tel: +41 (0) 33 971 27 86

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