Brasserie Uno is a new-casual dining restaurant in Zermatt. It was named after the owner’s grandfather, Uno, and the cosy interior features many personal items from Uno himself, including the Axevalla sign from the brewery where he worked in Sweden in the 1950s, his typewriter and more.
The restaurant has a warm, inviting feeling and is open for lunch, afternoon tea or ‘fika’, apero and dinner. Inspired by a set of antique ‘porslin’ left to him by his grandmother, the owner, Andreas Alm, wanted to create a unique feeling in the restaurant and give antique china a second life. So he decided to spend the summer hand-selecting beautiful blue and white china plates, bowls and tea cups during a road trip through Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, which are now used in the restaurant.
In the Brasserie Uno collaborative kitchen, helmed by chef Luis Romo, the culinary team uses only the finest ingredients, sourced locally and seasonally when possible, to create an international menu bursting with flavours, unusual flavour pairings and creative ideas. Inspiring vegan and vegetarian dishes are also available (our vegan balls are a staple on our menu, alongside the Brasserie Uno signature dish, classic Swedish meatballs). We use bio (organic) products when possible and aim to be a minimal food-waste restaurant. Any food waste we do incur is collected and recycled into energy for the town.
Andreas and the team look forward to welcoming locals and visitors from all over the world to the cosy Brasserie and hope that diners will enjoy the international menu and warm atmosphere.