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Welcome to Osteria du Terminus, your destination for authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of Sierre. Located within the eponymous hotel, in the former gastronomic restaurant, completely renovated in a chic brasserie atmosphere, our restaurant exudes Italian charm combined with Swiss elegance.

Under the guidance of Chef Enrico Ferrari, Osteria's cuisine is a celebration of Italy's culinary heritage. Each dish is an artistic representation of Italian flavors, made from fresh, local produce. 

The culinary experience at Osteria du Terminus goes beyond simple tasting. We want you to feel the love and care we put into every dish.

Chef Cuisine Terminus

Enrico Ferrari

Enrico Ferrari, chef of Osteria du Terminus, is a young talent who has already proven himself in the world of gastronomy. Originally from Cremona in northern Italy, Enrico grew up in contact with his country's rich culinary tradition.

At the age of 31, Enrico fell in love with cooking at an early age, and it was only natural that he should train at Alma, one of Italy's most renowned culinary schools. His career then took him to some of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants, where he rubbed shoulders with great chefs and gained in experience, technique and creativity. He returned to l'Alma for 2 years to teach cooking, but by chance encounters it was in French-speaking Switzerland, in Lausanne, that he ran his first restaurant. At L'Elligo, he quickly earned 14, then 15 points in the Gaut et Millau, making him one of the city's top Italian restaurants. Unfortunately too cramped for space in his old premises, Enrico decided in January to leave Elligo in favor of an establishment that would allow him to continue his personal development. A visit to Terminus in February was a revelation! For this ambitious and talented chef, the next step will be here, in the heart of the Valais.

Plat Hotel Terminus

Restaurant Osteria

Italian flavours

The ideal place to enjoy the best of Italy, with cuisine based on fresh, local produce.