Fondue finally... Camp Interlaken

We are in the uninspiring town of Interlaken.

After Zermatt, Interlaken it is a bit like watching Mohabbatein after watching Silsila. Both films by Switzerland's biggest ambassador, Yash Chopra.

The town is full of Indians and you feel like you are walking in Dadar market. The town's a bit dull to say the least. And we will be here for three days!

But we did find fondue everywhere for a change and went to a most delightful little cafe called Bebbe (?) which was manned by a couple of very friends boys. One who would often break into a Hindi song.

The place smelt of good fondue and didn't disappoint us. There baseline was 'happiness and fun' and they definitely warmed our hearts. One of them very sweetly offered to teach us how to eat a fondue and was thrilled to know that we had had them back home.

How was the fondue? Richer than the ones back home. I was quite tired before dinner. Blogging away energetically after the fondue.

Comments

Sharmila said…
I was introduced to fondue by Asterix and Obelix. Later loved having it ... especially the way everybody sits together and dips a piece in ... fondue and a good gathering I always love. :-)
Scarlett said…
Is Interlaken really that sad? Isn't it the most famous Swizz town/city? I had no clue there were so many Indians there...

You know I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to run a small cafe/patisserie in some quaint little town in Europe...sigh!
Anonymous said…
so what if there were so many indians there? Aren't you guys Indians yourselves? Come on!!!! You sound disappointed with that...

Dont be such a firang suck-up
The knife said…
Anonymous...I wouldn't travel half the world to have dal makhni... I wish you wouldn't be lost in the anonymity, would have loved to chat with you

Sharmila, Scarlett... am at Bern now which is a most wonderful place... can imagine Asterix and Obleix running up the Munster towe and Scarlett your pattiserie would fit in very well here
Rhea said…
Wow! Been reading your Switzerland posts here and love them! Glad you're having fun. Now I'm off to read your travel blog post about the same! :)