The restaurant Les Chottes, with its elongated shape, typical of the old alpine cowsheds, has been splendidly renovated. Its name - Les Chottes - means, in fact, cowshed in local dialect.
It has two terraces, one overlooking the Bernese Alps and the other, more sheltered and intimate, on the upper side.
In winter, the indoor seating area is served at the table and a self-service area is available on the terrace. The terrace is accessed via an igloo tunnel, which is very popular with children, both young and not so young... As for the restaurant itself, it can be reached on skis, snowshoes or on foot.
In summer, guests are served at the table throughout the establishment. It is a popular stopover for walkers, following the ancient bisse de Chervé, an hour walk from the Mayens gondola or the Combatseline chairlift.
The chef has various surprises in store for his guests. We won't reveal everything here, but if you fancy it, bring a swim suit and a towel to enjoy the jacuzzi at 2,200 metres above sea level! (Bookings recommended)
An attractive menu, a warm welcome, sometimes to the sound of cow bells, a large wood fire in the centre of the restaurant, everything is here to make your visit a pleasant one.