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Zermatt - Restaurants

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I am going to see Norah Jones in Zermatt on 12 April, we are in Sass Fee that week so will taxi it over for the day and stay the night returning to Sass Fee the next day.

Does anyone have a recommendation for dinner? Looking for something high quality, relatively informal, and suitable to eat reasonable early (as concert starts at 8.30pm). My wife is not a fan of meat, so somewhere with good seafood or vegetarian options would be good (even better if great meat for me is also on offer!).
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
There's a really good Teppanyaki place i can recommend - Fish on the menu of course but a great night of entertainment and food.
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