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Verbier4Vallées is, of course, the biggest ski resort in Switzerland, but Téléverbier also manages several restaurants on the slopes, offering a variety of delicious food.

We’ve actually created a 10-year catering master plan. The aim is to make each restaurant unique, with its own specific atmosphere and identity, to meet the needs of our customers.

Amongst the next projects, the Chalet Carlsberg will be transformed into a brand-new restaurant to meet and socialise. 

This project, carried out by the FIMA architecture firm and the team from Axio Consulting, will enhance the aura of this unique place on the slopes. 

And what will it be called?  L’Inkontro.

Our amazing team will welcome you to this restaurant, where the focus will be on a warm, Italian style with flavours reminiscent of the south, while still attached to the Wallis terroir.

Find out more about this project below.


A name and a concept

It all started with a vision of what the Chalet Carlsberg should become: the “village square” of the resort, an iconic place where people of all ages can meet. L’Inkontro is to be more than just a bar or a restaurant; above all, it will be a place for mixing and socialising.

The next step was to find a name which conveys this idea, and the one suggested to us was:


This name, which literally translates as "I am going to meet" in the local dialect, instantly appealed to us. It's simple, evocative and perfect for a place you go to to meet people.


Concept and architecture

In this video, Frédéric Boson of Axio Consulting and Olivier Filliez of the FIMA architectural office discuss their roles in the project, set out the concept and briefly explain what makes the restaurant shine.


The construction work

In this interview, Giuseppe Paladino explains the challenges of working on a site at 2,500m in altitude and discusses the next stages in the construction work.

September 2023

Situation update

Since May, good progress has been made on the construction of Inkontro, gradually revealing its structure.

After preparing the site, major construction and engineering works began and are now in their final stages. The wooden framework has been expertly completed, taking us a step closer to turning our vision into a reality. However, the next stage is to clad the roof sections with metal sheets, which is expected to begin in September.

Inside, the interior is coming together after work began in July. The schedule is on track to start painting, laying tiles and installing the kitchen in the coming weeks.

We are on course to meet the promised deadlines.


To be continued...

This blog will be updated over time until the restaurant officially opens! Stay tuned to follow the progress of the project.