With several of the Engadin Valley's Gault Millau-recommended restaurants located at more than 1,800 meters above sea level, the region brings new meaning to the phrase Haute Cuisine – high-level dining in more ways than one.
A wide range of gastronomic expertise experiences can be savoured, offering something to cater for any taste. Choose from elegant old dining rooms or go for drinks in stylish modern lounges, or perhaps take in the views at summit restaurants.
Italian and Swiss cuisines merge for a sumptuous mixture of capuns, paninis, fondues, and raclettes, but the highlight may just be the local favourite Engadiner Nusstorte. A heavenly nut tart made with cream, caramel, and walnuts, Engadin confectioners have refined the recipe over the course of many years into a world-famous delicacy.
The St. Moritz Gourmet Festival provides an overwhelming array of world-class gastronomy. The Engadin Valley is also home to a traditional alpine dairy, and the world's largest whiskey bar –true epicureans will not be disappointed.