Follow the winding road into the village of Chailly-sur-Montreux, where you'll see the stone facade of a 14th-century farmhouse said to be the oldest in the region. Dining rooms that were once stalls and family quarters have stucco and wooden beams. The owner's philosophy—a bon manger, bon boire (good food and good drink)—is carved above the raised fireplace that doubles as a grill. The cuisine is true to the heritage of the homestead: beef Stroganoff, chicken
simmered in honey and lemon. If it's a fondue or raclette you prefer, a separate carnotzet (room beside the wine cellar) serves these cheese specialties.