Traditional culinary pleasure at Gurtners
The Gurtner family loves Swiss cuisine and what better date to celebrate this than on August 1. And what do Mr. and Mrs. Swiss do on the national holiday? Of course, they go to brunch and feast on rösti, bacon, fried eggs and the exquisite Swiss cheese specialties - very Swiss. Start the day with a glass of champagne, help yourself to the delicacies at the à discrétion kitchen table, stroll over the guaranteed fireworks-free Bernese Hausberg after the main course and finish your brunch with a dessert from our patisserie. The view of the Federal Palace rounds off the day of the Helvetic Confederation.
Gurten – Park im Grünen
|11 a.m.–3 p.m.
|CHF 72 per person
Does not include the Gurten funicular ticket
Champagne welcome, red and white wine, beer, mineral water, soft drinks, hot drinks
Gurtners selection of fresh bread with braided bread, croissants, buns and rustic bread, butter and jams; honey, Nutella, meat and sausage specialties from the glass cabinet, freshly-sliced cured ham, Gurtners cheese, natural yogurt, Birchermuesli, breakfast cereals, Scottish smoked salmon with horseradish cream
Eggs Benedict with seasonal vegetables, scrambled eggs or omelet with fresh ingredients, rösti with fried egg, fried bacon and mini veal sausages, Gurtners special stewed veal, freshly cut Sunday roast, vegetarian Alpine macaroni, vegetable sides, mixed salads
Grandmother’s warm apple pie, the pastry chef’s seasonal dessert creations in a glass, meringues with Gruyère double cream
Our brunches are suitable for guests with food intolerances. Notify us of your wishes in advance so that we can make all the preparations necessary to ensure you enjoy your visit.