SWISS brings the cuisine of the Bernese Oberland aboard
Bern will be the guest canton in SWISS’s galleys from 5 December to the beginning of next March. The latest chapter in the award-winning “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” inflight food concept sees Robert Speth, chef de cuisine at the renowned Chesery restaurant in Gstaad, offering SWISS’s premium long-haul guests his exclusive culinary creations.
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will be bringing the culinary variety of the Bernese Oberland aboard its flights this winter, from 5 December to early March. SWISS First and SWISS Business travellers on long-haul services from Switzerland will enjoy selected meal creations by Robert Speth, the reputed chef de cuisine of the Chesery restaurant in Gstaad, an institution of the Le Grand Bellevue five-star hotel that has helped cement the local Saanenland’s strong appeal as a culinary destination.
Top-notch simplicity is the hallmark of Robert Speth’s kitchen, which forgoes unnecessary decoration and complex combinations in favour of genuine flavours coaxed from outstanding ingredients. It’s a philosophy that has already earned him 18 GaultMillau points. And he now brings his culinary excellence to SWISS, for the latest chapter of its award-winning “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” programme, which has been showcasing top regional cuisine from all over the country since 2002.
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