We want an ephemeral rooftop !


Don’t get your hopes up too fast, for your next ski holidays, you are going to have to be a little patient. But if you want to enjoy an authentic Swiss raclette perched in an Alpine-style chalet, we have what you need.

From the 23rd to the 27th of November, Fromages de Suisse has opened its high altitude restaurant on a wild rooftop at the heart of the Latin Quarter. Heavy duty. Cheese slab at happy hour (10€), raclette and fondue every night (20€), brunch Saturday and Sunday (20€ and 12€ for kids), the result is sure to be 100% cheesy.

On the menu? Vacherin Mont d’Or, Tomme Vaudoise, the superstar Swiss Raclette along with the duo Gruyère AOP and Vacherin Fribourgeois for the famous mix half and half mix of the real Swiss fondue.

To partake in this tasty event, just reserve on line at lafromageriesuisse.fr by giving the date, the hour and the formula wished (happy hour, dinner or brunch). 1000 happy few are expected for this event that will make you melt with delight. Quickly book your table.

The must? An in-house dairy during the five days, so you can go home with half a raclette cheese under your arm.

La Fromagerie Suisse, from the 23rd to the 27th of November 2016 at Terrass Kardinal, 45 rue de Jussieu 75005.


Also discover The Terrass Hotel rooftop is launching its raclette evenings.

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