Switzerland has a rich culinary heritage with French, German and Italian influences. Each region has its specialties worth discovering.
One of the most typical fondues is known as "Moité-Motié," made with 50% Gruyère and 50% Vacherin Fribourgeois.
Raclette is a type of cheese. It also refers to a dish of boiled potatoes served with this melted cheese. Traditionally, a half-wheel is heated and then scraped onto your plate to serve.
Considered Switzerland's national sausage, it's is especially popular during the summer months, grilled or cooked over a fire.