10 restaurants, 3 bars as well as the legendary «King's Social House» - the place to be!
If you want to spend charming nights in a unique atmosphere, this Grande Dame of the Badrutt’s Palace restaurants offers a classic ambience with international and French cuisine. The following morning the Engadine sun will shine on a lush breakfast buffet, ready to be enjoyed while a harp player gently accompanies this energizing start into the day.
Award:15 GaultMillau pointsLE RELAIS
The “little sister” of Le Restaurant is a feast for the eyes with the brilliantly coloured style of the Belle Epoque. A vast front window offers a fantastic view of Lake St. Moritz. The delicious French lunch is served in a casualyet-traditional atmosphere. LE GRAND HALL
To be pampered by being served a sumptuous Afternoon Tea in our Grand Hall, surrounded by eclectic relics from different eras, the 6m high carved ceiling looming above – the paragon of a perfect afternoon for many guests. Everybody is welcome to leave their cares behind while lounging in the “living room of St. Moritz”, also known as “the catwalk” thanks to the glamour & style of our guests.LA DIALA
“Mountain fairy” is the Rhaeto-Romanic name of this family-friendly restaurant in the heart of Palace Wellness. Equally, light as an ethereal spirit of the air is the smart cuisine, with dishes for a balanced diet that fit harmoniously into a relaxing spa day. The generous sun terrace invites daydreamers to spend more magic moments in the fresh mountain air.LA COUPOLE-MATSUHISA
The name says it all! The glass dome of the former first indoor tennis hall is the characteristic feature and eponym for the restaurant of the Japanese star chef Nobuyuki (“Nobu”) Matsuhisa. Architecture and cuisine blend into a feast for the senses. “Fusion” also is the magic word when it comes to the menu, which skilfully fuses the art of Japanese and Peruvian cooking. The restaurant includes a cocktail and sushi bar, as well as the Private Dining Room.
Award: 16 GaultMillau pointsIGNIV by Andreas Caminada
IGNIV (Rhaeto-Romanic for “nest”) presents a dining concept that is the first of its kind in St. Moritz. At IGNIV the 3 Michelin starred Swiss chef Andreas Caminada focuses on the beauty of time spent together; the sharing of values, comfort, and social exchanges over an exceptional menu served on sharing plates.
Award: 17 points GaultMillau, 2 Michelin SterneCHESA VEGLIA
One of the oldest farmhouses in St. Moritz and a hideaway for the "rich and famous". Pizzeria Heuboden" serves original Italian pizza and pasta. "Grill Chadafö" (only in winter) offers the perfect setting for an elegant dinner with classic French cuisine. "Patrizier Stuben" is dedicated to Swiss and international specialties. "Polo Bar" and " Bar Caridgiet" (winter only) are perfect places to enjoy pre- and after-dinner drinks. Award: 15 points GaultMillauPARADISO MOUNTAIN CLUB & RESTAURANT
Mountain comfort food, fun cocktails, urban beats – get ready to eat, dance and drink on top of the world. From tasty snacks, traditional alpine classics (with a twist) and world culinary favourites, to decadent cocktails, hot drinks and magnum champagnes, Paradiso always sets the bar high. Our resident DJs get people vibing and dancing every day, along with guest DJs from King‘s Social House and across the globe.KING'S SOCIAL HOUSE
As Switzerland's oldest nightclub, the King's Club at Badrutt's Palace Hotel enjoys an excellent reputation as a legendary nightclub for generations of St. Moritz jet-setters. In winter 2018, King's Club at Badrutt's Palace Hotel was revived as King's Social House in collaboration with British celebrity chef and restaurateur Jason Atherton. Jason Atherton's modern interpretation of classic bistro cuisine as it is known in Paris and London, makes King's Social House a fun, interactive and exciting restaurant.RENAISSANCE BAR
Step into this cosy time capsule and perch on one of the original swivel leather bar stools as our barchef Andrea Delvo mixes your favourite cocktail. While waiting for your drink, notice the countertop holds silver matchbox holders and strikers of a kind not made any more, and even play a traditional Badrutt’s drinking game. Tilt a coin, put it in the outer indentation of the counter and let it roll. Whoever’s coin is first to topple over, is paying the bill!