Located in the center of Dorf village, Restaurant Engiadina is an old-fashioned family dining room with paneled interiors, alpine touches, and no room for the...more
Nobu is Badrutt's attempt to reclaim a younger clientele from the Kempinski. Though the dining room is still a Belle Epoque museum piece, the kitchen employs...more
Mathis is a collection of lunch-only restaurants owned and run by St. Moritz's celebrity chef, Reto Mathis. They range from a snowboarders' refueling station...more
Squirreled away in the suburban hamlet of Champfèr, within the bright, woodsy interiors of a 17th-century Graubünden house, Roland and Brigitte...more
Hanselmann has been a fixture at the center of Dorf for what feels like forever. It's more of an après-ski café than a restaurant, with...more
El Paradiso restaurant has been entirely refurbished in lavish style with candelabra on the open-air bar, sheepskin-covered benches, and a montage of magnums of...more
A satellite of the Badrutt's Palace Hotel complex, Chesa Veglia is a 1658 chalet farmhouse hideaway a few minutes' stroll from the central behemoth. It consists...more
This mountain hut restaurant is stuffed with cowbells, antlers, and other assorted alpine antiques. Dorigo, the charismatic owner, is on hand to tell wildly...more
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