Top 20 Most Popular Swiss Foods - Chef's Pencil (2022)

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Located in the center of Europe, Switzerland is famous around the world for its lakes, mountains, watches, and, obviously, its chocolate. Switzerland is a country filled with different cultures and traditions. In fact, this beautiful land is split into three areas, each with its own language, celebrations, and religion.

This particularity led to a spectacular panel of dishes, desserts, and drinks. Some such as chocolate and Swiss fondue are famous, yet others are still unknown by the public. With this top 20, you are going to discover some of the most popular foods that Swiss people eat every day and other dishes that you will certainly never have heard of.

Swiss Starters & Main Courses

1. Röstis

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A famous dish in Switzerland, this is basically sliced potatoes baked in a pan with butter. The starch in the potatoes makes them stick together and form a galette. It is mostly made with leftover potatoes and sometimes with eggs or meat.

A lot a Swiss recipes use leftovers, because there were periods when times were hard in Switzerland and people couldn’t afford to waste food.

2. Émincé de Veau à la Zurichoise

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This sliced veal with mushrooms is traditionally served with rösti. Typical in Zurich, this meal is high in calories and perfect to eat during cold weather. This dish is famous all around the country because of its simplicity and deliciousness. It is usually cooked with a sauce of cream and white wine.

3. Swiss Fondue

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No surprise at all that Swiss fondue is in the top 20. If you know anything about Switzerland, you will certainly have heard of it or even already tasted it. It is incredible popular in Switzerland and, no, it is not a cliché or a stereotype, it’s just that Swiss people really enjoy eating fondue. Fondue recipes vary depending on which area of the country you are in.

Simple and generous, Swiss fondue is made for sharing with friends and family. Simply mix together one or two cheeses, then add garlic and white wine. It is served in a casserole, below which you put a candle to keep the cheese melted. Then using a long fork, you dive in with a piece of bread or potato. Fondue is frequently served with black tea or white wine.

4. Raclette

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Staying with cheese for the moment, let me introduce you to Swiss fondue’s sister, the equally well-known Raclette. Its name simply explains how a raclette is made; a piece of cheese is placed over a stove and as the cheese melts, you scrape it off onto a plate. You can serve it with different garnitures such as jerked meat, bacon, potatoes, or little onions and pickles. Don’t forget the white wine. You can also drink tea with it as it helps you digest the large amount of cheese and helps avoid stomach pains.

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Appreciated throughout the year, raclette is especially eaten during winter. You can even find raclette take-aways at regional events and in almost every ski station.

5. Papet Vaudois

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This dish consists of a mixture of potatoes and leeks cooked in water and white wine cooked with a cabbage sausage. The Vaudois (people of “the land of Vaud”) like to offer this specialty to their foreign guests.

Cabbage sausage also takes center place at New Year’s festivities in some municipalities. The youth of the village go from house to house asking for sausages that will be cooked on New Year’s Eve.

6. La Cuchaule

La cuchaule is a saffron brioche in the shape of a flattened ball. It is one of the sweet foods on the table during the traditional festival of Bénichon. The continuation of this festival means recipes have been passed on for generations. This saffron bread is often eaten for breakfast or as a starter. It is a typical bread and comes from the canton de Fribourg.

All Fribourg residents will have eaten traditional cuchaule toast covered with butter and mustard. As unusual as it sounds, this mix of flavors is simply incomparable and could be a culinary discovery for you.

7. Moutarde de Bénichon (Bénichon Mustard)

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Bénichon mustard is a mix of mustard flour, white wine, and fortified wine. Despite its name, this product has little in common with traditional mustard. It is spicy like mustard, but the addition of sweet ingredients and spices makes it a completely original specialty. It is one of the most surprising products of the Bénichon festival in the canton of Fribourg.

Each family or baker has their own recipe, varying the proportions of the various ingredients, but, overall, the ingredients remain the same.

8. Malakoff de Vinzel

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The Malakoff de Vinzel, or de Luins (counties of Canton de Vaud) is a famous meal in Switzerland and there are a lot of different stories talking about its creation.

Here is one version: in 1853, Napoleon III went to war against Russia in what is now known as the Crimean War. As his army passed through Swiss villages, he hired mercenaries to reinforce his troops.

Their first victory, after 14 months of fighting, was the capture of Fort Malakoff. At the end of the war in 1855, Swiss mercenaries returned home in their hundreds every day. Being hungry and needing something simple and sustaining to eat, they came up with the idea of frying balls of cheese naming them after the captured fort.

9. Filets de Perches (Perch Tenders)

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Perch is a rare freshwater fish that can be found in Swiss lakes. Vaud Canton, located on the northern shore of Lake Geneva, is best known locally for this dish. Enjoyed on a terrace over looking the lake, they are often served with French fries or boiled potatoes.

Despite their deliciousness, this meal has become very controversial in Switzerland. As perch are rare in Swiss lakes, the fish is sometimes imported from other countries so the dish has lost some of its authenticity.

10. Macaroni du Chalet (or Älpermargronen)

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Cornettes are small pasta that the Swiss have adored for about a century. Cornettes are probably one, if not the most favorite pasta in the country. They are shaped like a small curved macaroni and are used in very popular dishes.

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The pasta is cooked with cheese and milk—a Swiss version of mac and cheese. Originally eaten by shepherds because it is so filling, the recipe was passed down orally. It is now served with small pieces of bacon and apple sauce.

11. Casimir Rice

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While Casimir rice may seem like an exotic dish, it is indeed Swiss made. The Mövenpick brand invention was a huge success from the start. And since 1952, Casimir rice has been on many restaurant menus.

It is a Swiss version of curry rice and is very popular locally. The use of different curry spices has been common in Switzerland ever since spices began to be imported into Europe. The Swiss curry is cooked with veal but you can cook it with chicken or pork too.

The sauce is a mix between cream and curry, but the particularity of this recipe comes from the fact that we add fruits such as cherries and pineapples to the sauce.

12. Pâté Vaudois

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While the origins of the pâté are unclear, it is in the canton of Vaud where it’s consumed the most! This meat-based, crispy snack can be enjoyed in just a few bites. Without fixed criteria for production, this specialty is made by butchers and bakers following different recipes.

It is very tasty with a bit of mustard and a glass of white wine. Most often you’ll find it on toast cut into quarters and served as a starter with littles onions, pickles, and dried meat such as jerked beef, bacon, or garlic sausage. Restaurants often provide this as an aperitif; a tactic to get you thirsty and make you drink more white wine.

Traditional Swiss Drinks

Switzerland is also famous for its different drinks, especially white wines and liquors. But there are other drinks that you can only find in this country.

13. Lavaux

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Vaudois vineyard, on the shores of Leman Lake, is a closely guarded secret: it exports less than 1%. Its Chasselas (wine variety), with changing reflections, is simply stunning. This area is known to be one of the most beautiful lake views you can find.

14. Oeil de Perdrix de Neuchâtel

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This emblematic rosé comes from the canton of Neuchâtel, which is why this wine is called L’Oeil de Perdrix de Neuchâtel’. Made from lightly vintaged Pinot Noir, Oeil de Perdrix is only cultivated in its home region, Neuchâtel. The winemakers are proud of their wine, the first production of which goes back to the 19th century.

This wine is perfect with a summer meal and for accompanying starters.

15. Absinthe (Wormwood Alcohol)

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Used for thousands of years, especially by the Greeks and Romans, the wormwood plant is renowned for its medicinal properties. Already 400 years BC, the famous philosophers Hippocrates and Pythagoras were already benefiting from the virtues of wormwood alcohol, consuming it as an aphrodisiac and stimulant for creativity.

Also known as the green fairy, the original recipe comes from Switzerland and was traditionally distilled by healers. The Val-de-Travers is well-known for crafting this alcohol. Absinthe is very controversial around the world and has been banned in lots of countries.

Please be careful with this one! And, generally, with any kind of alcohol.

16. Rivella

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Rivella is a soda drink that stands out from all the others because of its basic ingredient: milk serum. The result is a taste and aroma that is rather atypical in the world of soft drinks. Yet Rivella enjoys great support among the Swiss population, which helps to explain the importance of cows and milk in the culture of this country.

Desserts & Sweets

As you can see, Swiss people really enjoy tasty, calorific foods. And desserts are no exception. There are too many to list them all here, so here are the most iconic and most popular Swiss desserts.

17. Leckerli

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The Leckerli from Basel is a small square biscuit made from gingerbread and topped with fine powdered sugar. Unlike other spice breads, the Leckerli is rather hard. It is primarily produced in the Basel area, but it is available throughout Switzerland.

Bonus tip: Leckerli are very tasty enjoyed with a glass of chocolate milk.

18. La Salée au Sucre

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La salée au sucre (literally sugar salt) is a sweet round bun topped with a mixture of sugar, cream, and vanilla and/or butter and/or beaten egg. This bun is a specialty of Vaud, although it is known all around the country. It is a treat you can find in any bakery.

19. Le Gâteau Payernois (Payernois Cake)

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Made with a dough composed mainly of hazelnuts and cream, Le Gâteau Payernois is a specialty of the City of Reine Berthe. A crunchy cake, the Payernois is semi-dry and is a recipe that has been passed down from generation to generation. It is a specialty of the city of Payerne, where it is revered.

20. Swiss Chocolate

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We couldn’t finish this list without talking about the famous Swiss chocolate. This treat is famous throughout the country and all round the world. The Swiss used to give chocolate as a gift. Swiss milk chocolate is particularly popular but you can find a lot of different brands and varieties. There are also good quality chocolates for any budget too.

The picture above is of the famous Toblerone, which is a very representative brand of Swiss chocolate. Its distinctive shape represents the famous Swiss mountain Le Cervin or Matterhorn. You can find more information about Swiss chocolate on this website.

Bonus

There is a spice you will never have heard of before: Aromat.

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Is Switzerland the only country with a nation spice? Well this one is the star of every Swiss kitchen and everyone can tell you what it is. We use it on pasta, vegetables, eggs, and sometimes even meat. Aromat is made from marin salt and different dehydrated vegetables such as celery. It is a yellow and salty powder.

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Keo Chatelan

Keo is a 22-year old Swiss, born in the French-speaking Canton de Vaud. He is a graphic designer and illustrator, and occasionally writes about his home country and other topics of interest to him.

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Thank you for sharing this list! I am a teenager who will be traveling to Switzerland in about 3 weeks. I wanted to make a list of all the meals I must try while visiting, so as not to miss one!

I’m looking forward to my visit even more so after seeing all of the different dishes listed here.

Sincerely,
Thomas

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I wanna taste Raclete and Fondue so bad, i heard they’re so delicious also all foods also looks appetizing

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Aromat?? Why not Maggi, which would even be a Swiss owned brand. Knorr is Unilever and therefore a Dutch/UK owned brand. Please Please change Aromat for Maggi!!

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FAQs

What is the most popular food in Switzerland? ›

Typical food
  • Cheese fondue. Melted cheese with bread cubes. ...
  • Raclette. Melted cheese served with "Gschwellti" (jacket potatoes), cocktail gherkins and onions as well as pickled fruit.
  • Älplermagronen. A kind of gratin with potatoes, macaroni, cheese, cream and onions. ...
  • Rösti. ...
  • Birchermüesli. ...
  • Swiss chocolate. ...
  • Swiss cheese.

What is the national food of Switzerland? ›

Rösti is a crispy on the outside and pillowy soft on the inside, potato fritter. It can be served at any meal. We made it as a side dish to go alongside the Zurich style veal in cream sauce.

What is the number 1 most delicious food in the world? ›

Approximately 35,000 readers of the online magazine GO CNN have voted on their 50 most delicious dishes in the world. As 'numero uno' in the survey was the famous dish from West Sumatra; Rendang.

What do the Swiss eat for lunch? ›

Lunch may be as simple as a sandwich or a birchermüesli or it could be a complete meal. Depending on what people had for lunch, dinner can be a full main course or just some bread, cheese, maybe some dried meat or any other light meal.

What is the most popular drink in Switzerland? ›

Tea and hot chocolate might be popular drinks in Switzerland, but it's coffee that takes the crown as the nation's favorite hot beverage.

Is Swiss food healthy? ›

The Swiss diet is actually considered to be one of the healthiest in the world. In fact, the country ranks as one of the top five healthiest populations in Bloomberg's Global Health Index for 2020. This is based on factors that include malnutrition, obesity, and access to clean drinking water.

What food goes with Swiss cheese? ›

Since swiss cheese has a lower salt content so you can pair it with salty sides and it will be perfectly balanced, as all cheese plates should be. Cured meats, like saucisson sec or prosciutto, are great with swiss cheese. Pretzels or sesame sticks add a nice crunch and round out a cheese board.

What is the national drink of Switzerland? ›

Rivella is seen as Switzerland's national beverage.

What food is Zurich known for? ›

Quintessential local dishes include "Zurcher geschnetzeltes" (Zurich-style sliced veal in gravy), "rosti" (shredded fried potatoes) and "burli" (crusty bread rolls). In addition to the city's predominantly German cuisine, Zurich offers several spots for authentic Swiss chocolate and cheese fondue.

What do Swiss people speak? ›

Switzerland has four language regions: German, French, Italian and Romansh. The number of German, Italian and Romansh speakers is falling, while French speakers are increasing. Non-national languages are also gaining in importance.

What is the best food of all time? ›

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What time is dinner in Switzerland? ›

You just can't go wrong eating out in Switzerland. There's a match for every taste and budget. Lunch is usually served between noon and 2 pm, and even a little earlier at some restaurants. Dinner is usually served from 6 pm to 9.30 pm.

What time is breakfast in Switzerland? ›

In most parts of the country, you will find that many people take their breakfast from 06:30hrs to 07:30hrs during school days and up to 09:00hrs during weekends. It may sound early, but Swiss people are early risers and hard workers who need loads of energy early in the morning.

What is Swiss candy? ›

Swiss chocolate is chocolate produced in Switzerland. While cacao beans and other ingredients such as sugar cane originate from outside Switzerland, the actual production of the chocolate must take place in Switzerland.

What sweets are from Switzerland? ›

One of the best-known Swiss desserts is the Zuger Kirschtorte, or cherry brandy tart. Everyone who stops in Switzerland should try the airy cake with the delicate cherry flavor. Kirsch is the name of the typical brandy from this region, made from cherries.

What is drinking age in Switzerland? ›

The nighttime ban aims to protect young drinkers from alcohol abuse. Bars and restaurants will also have to offer three non-alcoholic drinks at lower prices than the cheapest alcoholic one on sale. The legal drinking age in Switzerland is 16 for beer and wine and 18 for spirits.

What is the most popular non alcoholic drink in Switzerland? ›

Swiss Non Alcoholic Drinks

My favorite non alcoholic Swiss drinks is called Sussmost, which is a carbonated swiss soft drink made with apple juice. Most or Moscht is the juice from apples, like a cloudy cider, but mix it with sparkling water and you have Sussmost.

What is Swiss Hello? ›

Grüezi is the Swiss-German word for hello, used mostly in more formal settings. This greeting is widely and universally used in Switzerland; however, it is used more frequently in Central and Eastern Switzerland. The word is derived from the expression 'Gott grüez i' meaning 'may God greet you.

Is Swiss cheese inflammatory? ›

Recommended. The researchers concluded that the probiotics in Swiss cheeses extend lifespan by protecting against pathogens, provoking an anti-inflammatory effect on the immune system and lowering the body's stress responses.

What does Swiss cheese do to your body? ›

Both the protein and calcium found in swiss cheese contribute to healthier, stronger bones. Protein has been linked to the development of bones and their formation. In addition, calcium intake ensures that our bones are healthy, and also contributes to healthy blood flow and muscles.

What is the strongest tasting Swiss cheese? ›

Appenzeller

Of all the cheeses made in Switzerland, Appenzeller proves the spiciest of the bunch, a flavor imparted by using a secret herbal brine comprised of wine, cider and spices.

What fruit goes well with Swiss? ›

Best fruits that go well with swiss cheese:
  • raisins.
  • figs.
  • cherries.
  • apricots.
  • grapes.
  • pears.
  • apples.
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What meat is good with Swiss? ›

Love Swiss cheese? Wrap it up in a piece of prosciutto like a meat-and-cheese roll-up! Keep in mind that prosciutto pairs best with sharper cheeses. So, choose something like an extra sharp-aged Swiss, it'll be the ideal companion for the delicately sweet and salty prosciutto.

Can you drink at 14 in Switzerland? ›

The legal drinking age may vary depending on the cantons and municipalities' policies, but Switzerland's federal legal drinking age is 16 for wine and beer and 18 for Spirits.

What is the drunkest country in the world? ›

Australians have been named the heaviest drinkers in the world in a survey after spending more time drunk in 2020 than any other nation. The international survey found Australians drank to the point of drunkenness an average of 27 times a year, almost double the global average of 15.

What is best from Switzerland? ›

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  4. Lucerne. Lucerne. ...
  5. Lake Geneva. Lake Geneva. ...
  6. Chateau de Chillon, Montreux. Chateau de Chillon, Montreux. ...
  7. St. Moritz. ...
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How do you dress in Switzerland? ›

Switzerland clothing styles boast clean, simple outfits. Don't get too messy with accessories and styled layers. When you do layer, do it for comfort, not for looks. People in Switzerland have a tendency to dress in dark colors, such as black, gray, and brown.

What clothes to wear in Switzerland in October? ›

What to wear in Switzerland in October. In October, pack light knits, medium-weight jackets, and long pants. If you're planning on heading into the mountains, pack a warmer jacket, but you could still probably get away with thinner knits.

What is Zurich Switzerland known for? ›

Zurich is an upmarket banking city and the financial capital of Switzerland. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that it's often labelled as the most expensive city in the world. Zurich is famous for luxurious lifestyles, high-end shopping, and fancy chocolates.

How safe is Switzerland? ›

While these facts definitely stand, Switzerland is also one of the safest countries to live and visit. It has, for years, ranked high in the lists of the most secure places in the world. In 2019, the Global Peace Index ranked Switzerland as the 11th safest place on earth.

What is the easiest language to learn? ›

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  • Spanish. ...
  • Portuguese. ...
  • Italian. ...
  • French. ...
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What is the main religion in Switzerland? ›

Switzerland is a predominantly Christian country. Catholics are the largest denomination, followed by Protestants.

What are the 20 most healthy foods? ›

TOP 20 FOODS
  • Peanut Butter. High in protein and calories, also a good source of vitamin E, Magnesium, and folate. ...
  • Avocado. Contains fiber, potassium, Vitamin E, and folate. ...
  • Greek Yogurt. Packed with protein, calcium, and probiotics.
  • Cottage Cheese. ...
  • Oatmeal. ...
  • Cheese. ...
  • Milk. ...
  • Salmon.

What is the number 1 snack in America? ›

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What is the tastiest meat in the world? ›

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What food is Zurich famous for? ›

Quintessential local dishes include "Zurcher geschnetzeltes" (Zurich-style sliced veal in gravy), "rosti" (shredded fried potatoes) and "burli" (crusty bread rolls). In addition to the city's predominantly German cuisine, Zurich offers several spots for authentic Swiss chocolate and cheese fondue.

How do the Swiss eat? ›

Unlike lunch, which is usually a warm meal, dinner in Switzerland traditionally consists of cold foods. Typical Swiss foods eaten during dinner are sometimes called 'Café complet', and include the following: Swiss bread (usually a whole loaf that is cut at the table)

What time is breakfast in Switzerland? ›

In most parts of the country, you will find that many people take their breakfast from 06:30hrs to 07:30hrs during school days and up to 09:00hrs during weekends. It may sound early, but Swiss people are early risers and hard workers who need loads of energy early in the morning.

What is the most popular chocolate in Switzerland? ›

Toblerone

Toblerone is one of the most famous Swiss chocolates in the world. Theodor Tobler could hardly have dreamed of this when he invented the Toblerone in 1908 with his cousin Emil Baumann.

What time is dinner in Switzerland? ›

You just can't go wrong eating out in Switzerland. There's a match for every taste and budget. Lunch is usually served between noon and 2 pm, and even a little earlier at some restaurants. Dinner is usually served from 6 pm to 9.30 pm.

How do you say hello in Switzerland? ›

Say "Bonjour." This term is the standard, textbook translation of "hello," and you can use it in both formal and casual settings.

What food is Geneva famous for? ›

Typical food
  • Cheese fondue. Melted cheese with bread cubes. ...
  • Raclette. Melted cheese served with "Gschwellti" (jacket potatoes), cocktail gherkins and onions as well as pickled fruit.
  • Älplermagronen. A kind of gratin with potatoes, macaroni, cheese, cream and onions. ...
  • Rösti. ...
  • Birchermüesli. ...
  • Swiss chocolate. ...
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