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Two more Miche­lin stars for An­der­matt – Awards for fine din­ing on Gütsch

February 2, 2021

The Michelin Guide has awarded a Michelin star to each of the two restaurants on Gütsch – The Japanese by The Chedi Andermatt and Gütsch by Markus Neff. The Japanese Restaurant, located in The Chedi Andermatt, has had one star since 2017. Andermatt is thus becoming a gourmet mecca in the mountains as well, with Switzerland’s two highest situated restaurants now having one Michelin star.

Both restaurants, located at 2,300 metres above sea level, have been captivating guests
since December 2019 with fine dining at the highest level. Under the direction of Dietmar
Sawyere, The Japanese by The Chedi Andermatt features such delicacies as shidashi
bentō, omakase and kaiseki tasting menus, and sushi and tempura specialities.

A completely different culinary experience awaits guests at Gütsch by Markus Neff. Chef
Markus Neff and his team of Maren Müller, Charlie Neumüller, and David Gruss focus on
creations that are clear and simple. This can be seen in the rigorously composed dishes that
show a great deal of respect and love for local products.

A plate with beautifully served food on a terrace with a marvellous view of the mountains in the distance
Selection of Japanese dishes in front of a large panoramic window with view of the snow-covered mountains

And diners who pause to lift their gaze from the culinary magic on the plate will be
rewarded: The restaurants look out over the Gotthard Pass, the Oberalp Pass, and the
Urseren Valley. Each has indoor seating for about 50 and features several terraces.

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