At clubby, rustic-chic La Grange, you'll always find lots of grilled specialties, particularly beef and lamb, on the menu, as well as inspired epicurean choices such as foie gras with plum sauce or Asian-inspired turbot with saffron and vegetable pearls—saffron from Mund being a Valais specialty. Chef Thierry Corthay's cuisine is not only seasonal (read: frequent menu changes) but also terroir, which is to say he serves regional products with pride. Other treats here include elegant presentation of the plate, the entirely smoke-free environment, and the wine list's top-notch selection of local vintages. It's best to call ahead; in low season it may close on some days. The terrace is open in season.