Le Sporting Chesieres Reviews
Jan 01, 2008
What can I say about this restaurant? A much better question would be: What can’t I say about it? For one thing, it isn’t a restaurant. Well it is, but it is so much more. It also is a bar, a jazz-lounge, a mini pub, a brasserie (lunchroom) and a place to hang out on the terrace. It is a place where you can eat all day long, starting with breakfast and working your way through the day until dinnertime, closing the evening off with a nightcap in the lounge area.
In all honesty, I should review each part of Le Sporting separately, for they are all very different. I’m not going to, but I should. Le sporting has a website (www.lesporting.ch) you can check out yourself, to see what great ambiances the different bars and lounges have. On a regular basis, they have live music; you can check the site for that as well.
The terrace is absolutely great. Most of the day, it lies in the sun. In wintertime, stylish blankets provided by the friendly staff, keep you warm in the freezing temperatures. The view is magnificent, both on the terrace as well as from inside. The restaurant is situated on the edge of a mountain road, which means no buildings are blocking the view. The owner of the restaurant also owns a flower- and home-decoration shop. The restaurant is therefore constantly changing its accessories, which provides a fresh look every time.
The food is very good, even more so when compared to the reasonable prices. We had a three course dinner and paid no more than 35 euros per person and that is including the drinks, water, wine, bread, well… the whole shebang. They serve great classics, local specialties and fusion cooking with a hint of the orient. I’ve had dinner here on several occasions (and weeks apart) and they never disappointed. One tip: their chicken curry is to die for.
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