Restaurant Alti Post
Older residents still remember the «alti Poscht» or old Post Office, when post was still brought to the premises and letters and parcels were sent out in coaches from here into the valleys. The Post Office then became a restaurant, where countless family celebrations and parties have since taken place. The «alti Poscht» was later renovated, with great respect for the traditional timber style of the restaurant. Small parties or functions for up to 75 people take place here, and the venue gives your event a special, local flavour.
The «alti Poscht» is the perfect place for a cosy get-together, not too large, with all the charm of traditional Saaner interior style and the personal attentiveness of the waiting staff. Thanks to chef Werner von Allmen, long-forgotten traditional Saanenland dishes are back on the menu. Guests will love the exquisitely prepared local produce. The hosts, kitchen staff and waiters are always open to creative menu suggestions. In the Posthotel Rössli, no readymade produce is used, with all sauces, soups and other dishes being freshly and traditionally prepared.
The breakfast buffet, known in the local dialect as «Z’ Zmorgebüffet», is open to all and includes everything you could possibly wish for.
The «Stübli» restaurant in the Posthotel Rössli is typical of the locality and remains true to traditional style. It has long been, and still is today, a popular meeting place. People like to pop in for an early morning coffee and a «Gipfeli» (croissant) or enjoy an excellent lunch in the cosy lounge. The “Stübli” has plenty of guests in the evening too, whether for a snack or something more substantial.
Guests have long come from further afield than Gstaad itself. The informal «Beizen» or pub atmosphere is now very popular with tourists who wish to really take part in the local way of life. The «Stübli» has small snuggeries and is decorated with numerous deer, roe-deer and chamois antlers on the walls. The «good old days» can been seen and felt all around, including in the photographs from earlier times. The carefully preserved tranquillity of the spot has not changed in decades.
Thanks to Chef Werner von Allmen, long-forgotten traditional Saanenland dishes are back on the menu. Guests will love the exquisitely prepared local produce.