The Best Place to Have a Variety of Tastes
Are you in search of a place where you don’t have to be a billionaire or a celebrity to have a taste and enjoy St Moritz or you are someone looking for that place where you can extravagantly spend on satisfying your appetite for the finest meals and dessert?
Switzerland’s glitziest resort town is the best place to be, a place of breathtaking views and a satisfied appetite for the finest food, trust me you won’t be disappointed here.
Are you ready to feast at stunning altitudes?
The best place for lovers of height, have a taste of excitingly delicious dishes at magnificent attitudes. At soaring heights there are more than a number of mountain restaurants offering magnificent views as a spice to delectable dishes.
One of such is Mt Corviglia (2486m) which is where St Moritz’s most famous chef Reto Mathis presides over, with a remarkable a mouth washing touch of glamour comprising seven different dining experiences, this is also the main ski area above the town, if you want to truly indulge, you can try truffle pizza, the truffle burger is La Marmite, which specialises in truffles and caviar all of which is La Marmite or upgrade to smoked salmon, caviar and the ‘Caviarissimo’ – beef carpaccio with truffles, while watching as skiers swoosh down and the funicular chug its way up the slopes. This is having the best feel of feasting on mountains.
Going higher up, at an altitude of 3057m, which certainly lives up to its name is the Panorama Restaurant and Piz Nair. Here you stand the chance to enjoy enriching Swiss dishes, while the dreamy views make a rushed lunch a total impossibility, perhaps the veal sausage with Rösti potatoes is a better try out.
Another option not too far from Mt Corviglia is Ski Hut El Paradiso which measures up to 2181m, where you can book ahead for a luxuriously padded ‘beach chair’ and feed on locally produced ravioli ‘Älpler Gruyère’ with caramelised apples or eat inside or sprawl on the sun terrace enjoying the mountain and lake scenery.
Try out artisan chocolate and cheese
Another interesting meal for your pleasure after St Moritz, you’ll discover a few semi-hard ‘mountain cheeses’ specific to the Engadine region which is deliciously nutty and mild. Switzerland is renowned for its quality of cheese and chocolate. But most foodie visitors are keen to try a cheddar that is dissolved over a rack broiler and scratched onto plates, served with boiled potatoes and meats which is known as raclette or a pot of melted Emmental and Gruyère cheese mixed with white wine and kirsch liquor into which you dip bread and. Many places on the main street offer these Swiss staples,
Try Restaurant Gondolezza. It features raclette ovens on every table and also different sorts of fondue, housed in a converted cable car and seating just 25 people or try two-Michelin-starred Ecco on Snow offers a tasting menu that includes Gruyère with fried onions and spicy sausage, in case you’re searching for a perfect approach to consolidate your cheese and chocolate fantasies with.
Your best bet is Läderach a ‘chocolate boutique’, when it comes to purchasing artisan chocolate, which has been in operation since 1962 with an inebriating exhibit of treats. Followed by the best Felchlin Grand Cru chocolate with sorrel and bergamot, is Hauser which also has a fine chocolate selection.
Experience they say is the best teacher; trust me you can’t get enough of the feel of an exciting nourishment and fantasy of sumptuous meals until you take a St Moritz Switzerland European vacation