Romantic Restaurant – Recommended by the Michelin Guide

Only upon reservation.
The restaurant is open Saturday evenings (19h-22h).
(occasionally on week days.)

We serve fixed three-course-menus, homemade with fresh and seasonal products.
Unfortunately, our cooking concept does not allow us to prepare specific dishes for allergic persons.

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Openings and prices

Dinner on Saturdays 19h
Only upon reservation
Info and reservations: +41 (0)27 565 51 55 or info@maya-boutique-hotel.ch

Please note that our restaurant will be closed on the following days:
4 and 18 May
We will be glad to reserve a table for you in one of the local restaurants.

A feast for the taste buds and the eyes

In order to be in tune with the project that they have taken on, Lisa and Louis offer a selection of quality products. They are always in season and supplied via a short food supply chain.These fresh products make up generous plates of food, that will have your taste buds  travelling through le Valais.

The eggs, meats, cold cuts and cheeses, are supplied by the farms of Nax, and highlight the local producers’ know-how. Most of the cooking is done, using the natural clay wood fired oven, that, apart from cooking food, also heats the water and house!

The warm, wood-clad dining room welcomes you to enjoy a moment of sharing and hospitality.

The furniture within, have been entirely made by hand, once again, highlighting the local craftsmen. The warm ambiance of the hotel is finished off thanks to the comfortable and cosy furniture. The solid wood used, integrates itself perfectly and creates a link between the soft and relaxing interior, and the generous surrounding nature.

Local products and regional wines

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Rediscover the taste of simple things!

The region of le Valais is known for its orchards, vineyards and the pride of the local inhabitants who tend them. These are the elements that make these products exceptional.

As they are, or prepared, the most difficult taste buds will feel content. The harmony between the wines and foods is perfect, since the same lands have nourished and grown all of these products, in the glasses and on the plates.

The vineyard of le Valais is the biggest in Switzerland and the amount of sun it receives is exceptional, allowing more than fifty varieties of grape to be grown here. You will therefore be able to taste the large choice of wines produced on these lands.

Aside from the more common varieties, such as Chardonnay or Pinot Gris, you will find rarer varieties, produced by a handful of wine producers, who continue to produce and vinify them, producing such rarities as: la petite arvine, l’humagne or even l’arvine.

The confidential production of these varieties, attracts curiosity and even there, it wouldn’t seem wrong to want to have a little taste.