Serving Dinner Easter Sunday From 2 PM- 9 PM, Reservations Suggested!
If you have been looking for an authentic Alpine restaurant your search is over. The Chalet Fondue is chocked full of charm. Accented with soothing candlelight, European fireplaces, and hand picked German decor, you will feel as though you are in the German Alps.
Join us, won't you, for an evening filled with extraordinary dining pleasures.
The Chalet Fondue serves the finest in German, Swiss and American Cuisine.
Our chef has brought the best of his country's recipes to our restaurant, and once you taste the cuisine, we think you will be hard pressed to tell whether you are dining in Windham, NY, or in the country where the dish originated.
About Chalet Fondue
Established in 1985, and located in Windham, NY, the Chalet Fondue serves the finest in German, Swiss, and American Cuisine. You will feel right at home as a friendly, familiar face welcomes you at the door. The owners; Nunzio and Kathy, has the gift of making all feel comfortable.
In the garden room you may dine amidst green plants and a restful atmosphere. The wine cellar offers a kachelofen (traditional ceramic wood stove), European wine barrels and soothing candlelight.The green room is delightfully whimsical, with electric artwork, comfortable benches, and beautifully appointed tables.
Our well trained chef presides over Chalet Fondue’s kitchen, and excels when it comes to daily specials; such as fresh fish and duck just to name a few. His innovative recipes make rack of lamb or veal shank something to write home about.
- Westphalian Ham with Melon
- Filet of Smoked Trout
- Baked Stuffed Clams
- Herring in Cream
- Soup of the Day
- Goulash Soup
Please call to make your reservations today.
Starting April 1st Chalet fondue will be:
Open Thursday-Saturday 5-10 PM
Open Sunday 5-9
Monday 11-10 PM
55 State Route 296
Windham, NY 12496
NYS Thruway - Catskill exit 21. Head west on Rt. 23 to the Town of Windham (about 25 miles). Make a left turn onto the Rt. 296 bridge. Continue to the corner of Rt. 296 and South St. (On left side of Rt. 296)