Switzerland’s cuisine is very diverse, like its geography and its culture, where the peasant’s touch is still very much apparent. It is a robust cuisine inspired by seasonal ingredients and varies from one region to another. Cheese is at the heart of a variety of dishes, often in a fondue or raclette, or in various accompaniments. Another specialty is rösti (potato pancake mixed with other foods). Meats are massive and abundant, with veal being the most popular. It often includes a touch of German or Italian food, giving it that unmistakably European flavor. You see, everything isn’t just chocolate, but tastes just as good thanks to alce.ca!