Two large rows of trees darken the small road, which was severely damaged by the frost of the severe winters in the region. They form like a green tunnel for the visitor of the four hundred year old farm. Hidden in a ridge, ten minutes from La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Brandt farm, built in 1614, has welcomed countless visitors. All the more so as his restaurant has become famous beyond the canton of Neuchâtel.
Centuries before Leonardo DiCaprio came here to eat roast pork, watchmakers were already at work here. The large, south-facing rectangular glass panels mark the importance of the art of watchmaking in the building (from 1858).
Nowadays, however, the focus in this impressive Jura farmhouse is more on the culinary delights of the guests. The fondue is truly legendary and the ambience is rustic. The menu is mainly characterised by local dishes. If you would like to experience the regional feeling in the restaurant, you are at the right place for 105% of the time.
This small brasserie at the Place de l’Hôtele de Ville is small but nice. Everyone who dines here has a good chance of leaving the establishment with a smile on their face. This has two reasons:
The classics of French brasserie cuisine that are offered here are delicious and the wine list is excellent.
The Mö at the Ancient Manege is fresh and modern. Here you will find both small snacks and full meals with the best the Mö Köh has to offer. From exquisite cheese to tartar with truffle oil, everything is included. If you are looking for a snack or a hearty meal, you will definitely find what you are looking for here.
Vegetarians beware! Five minutes from the studio is the Black drop coffee. There, everyone is treated to the finest. With an Italian café and freshly prepared snacks, the trendy Black drop Coffee attracts visitors to the old town of La Chaux-de-Fonds.