This small town punches above its weight when it comes to gastronomy, and with over 100 restaurants you will be spoilt for choice. Cuisine is mostly Valais specialities, but there is no shortage of fine-dining or Italian eateries either. The border is just a few kilometres away, so the Italian influence is understandably strong.
Mountain restaurants in Saas-Fee
The mountain restaurants used to be a little bit of a let-down, but this has turned around in recent years since two of Saas-Fee’s top hotels took over the running of them. Saas-Fee is also proud host to the highest revolving restaurant in Europe, the Threesixty at Allalin. You will pay for the privilege of eating there, but the views are unbeatable. For self-service, Morenia is a good bet, and refreshingly there is even a room there where you can go and eat your own packed lunch.
Resort restaurants in Saas-Fee
There are many great restaurants in Saas-Fee, including the Michelin-starred Fletschhorn and the traditional Bodmen restaurant – one of our favourites. Don’t be afraid to venture out of the main street as a lot of the best restaurants are tucked away in side streets or towards the forest. The people of Saas-Fee pride themselves on superior levels of customer service, so get ready for a treat!
Après-ski in Saas-Fee
After the lifts close the outdoor bars are lively until around 7pm before the indoor venues take over and encourage you to party until sunrise. The Black Bull on the main street is always lively early on, and later the Free Pub is one of our favourites for a party night out, as well as Popcorn. Clubs such as Poison keep the party going into the small hours. There is a no noise after 10pm policy in town, so revelries go on strictly behind sound-proofed walls – Shhh.