Este se encuentra ubicado en el tope de la montana pico Piz Nair, rodeado de grandes ventanales que te permite ver la vista de todo st moritz y sus alrededores. Puedes sentarte a fuera y tomarte un cafe caliente. O adentro y comer plato tipico de salchica con un rallado de papa con salsa.
Esta ubicado en la estacion del tren
Muy caro para el tipo de comida
These is located in the main railway station,
Very Expensive, for the tipe of food
Favorite Dish: Chocolante Caliente y papas fritas!!!!!!!!! Pizza, ensaladas estilo cafeteria
Hot chocolated and Frech fried!!!!!!!!
Un restaurante muy lindo, esta rodeado de ventanates que te dan una vista increible hacia la montaña.
Nota curiosa, en la misma sala hay dos restaurantes por lo que esta dividido por unos materos, pregunten antes el otro restaurante se llama la braserie.
Restaurant very nice, it is sourund by big windos that alows you to see the montains.
to note, when you get to the restaurant ask wich it is since in the same room, are two restaurant and the menues are diferents. The other restaurant it call the brasserie
Favorite Dish: Pasta al fileto (pasta pomodoro) pasta con tomate
We ate here both nights we were in St Moritz as it was so nice. It is really busy though, so getting a reservation is really a must. They have regular local tyoe food, and Austrialian twists to it....this comes from the outdoor Roo Bar (good for an after Ski Drink!).
Service is great and it's nicely kitted out. Not the cheapest, but not the most expensive in Switzerland either.
Favorite Dish: It was all really good.
This place came in highly recommended by a friend and it was excellent. The interior is rustic, the service friendly (and multi-lingual), and the food is de-li-cious! A wide variety of dishes, with a long list of pastas & pizzas. The salads are huge, and even a small portion is too much as a starter.
The Rough Guide recommended this restaurant as a good place for local cuisine. The interior was a bit plain, but the service was swift and pleasant.
We tried the house fondue which, it turned out, was made with Kirsch (the cherry brandy). Not a terribly good idea as the bitter taste was overpowering. It was still edible - and we persisted out of sheer principle to always get through local food, and the underlying conviction (somewhat tested in this case) that it can't really kill you if so many local people eat it. The main fear was about the hungover the next morning, but things worked out just fine.
The overall rating is skewed by the Kirsch, obviously. I guess it would have been better if it was explained on the menu.
La comida no es nada especial, pero la vista que disfruta es increible y lo que la hace muy rica.
The food it is nothing especial, but the view it is excelent.
Very nice hotel restaurant - the idea is that the tables are in (or beside) a train wagon.
I'd go again and I recomend it.
Favorite Dish: We had some yummy entrecotes (fillets) with herb butter.
Take a ride up to Muragl where you'll find a typical hotel/restaurant. Great views and superb swiss dining.