Brasserie Uno Gault Millau
Brasserie Uno Gault Millau: We are pleased to be included in the Zermatt section of Gault Millau POP!
For our friends and guests from all around the world, Gault & Millau is a French restaurant guide started in the 1960s by two restaurant critics, Henri Gault and Christian Millau. Although they started off reviewing restaurants only in France, the Gault Millau restaurant standard is now recognised all over the world. This includes countries from Australia to Austria, Canada to Russia, Israel to Switzerland. The closest comparison is the Michelin Guide, although Gault Millau give points rather than stars. To be included in their POP section is a wonderful surprise for us. Considering that Brasserie Uno has only been open for just less than one year, we are really happy that Gault Millau, and people from all around the world, are discovering our little restaurant in the Swiss Alps!
Our small kitchen is helmed by our head chef Luis Romo, who with not much space to work with manages to create big flavours and a blackboard menu full of surprising, inventive and delicious dishes. We try to use regional and seasonal Swiss products when available, which can be hard when you live in a ski village covered with snow! But Luis, along with our junior chef Mark Ruiz Kissling, try their best to source produce and ingredients that are close to our beautiful village. With Italy just over the border, and with Piemonte just a short drive away, we also love to use high quality Italian products in the kitchen.
Click here to read the full Gault Millau POP article and to also discover more great restaurants and places to eat, both in Zermatt village and also on the mountain, on your next ski holiday.