Fodor's Expert Review Auberge de la Halle

$$ Gruyères Swiss

Set amid Gruyères's most historic buildings, the exterior of this medieval structure welcomes guests with cheerful flower boxes and green-and-white-stripe awnings. Inside, a warm woody interior with raftered ceiling and smooth stone floors offers an appealing setting in which to enjoy traditional dishes such as a moitié-moitié (half Gruyère, half Vacherin Fribourgeois) fondue. The definitely worth-trying signature dish is called Soupe du Chalet, and is a meal unto itself. Sit in the section called "the veranda" to enjoy great views with your meal.

Swiss Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

24 rue de Bourg
Gruyères, Fribourg  1663, Switzerland


Known For:
  • Great views from the veranda
  • House specialty Soupe du Chalet (with vegetables, cheese, and croutons)
  • Lively ambience in a historic setting
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues. Oct.–Apr.

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