Our Restaurant

The guesthouse has seven indoor tables - with a few more on our terrace outside. There are three in the restaurant and four in the historic Arvenstübli (pine wood panelled living room). Our service staff aim to spoil you with their charm and good humour. The teacups are made by our potter Anina - each one slightly different. If these handmade, unique pieces take your fancy, they are also available to purchase. Our drinking straws are made of renewable bamboo - not plastic. In the winter, a fire pit burns outside in the snow and in summer the flower pots are planted with sweet smelling herbs.

Our food menu

We cook up a storm in our kitchen! With stews and roasts, and homemade sauces as well as many other culinary delights. There are delicious jams and syrups to be made once the flowers blossom and the fruit ripens. Our display cabinet is stocked full of delicious, home-baked cakes - try the Engadin's signature walnut cake, our delectable cheesecake and fruit pies or a yummy chocolate marshmallow. Simply mouth-watering! Our lunch menu comprises of a small selection of simple but delicious dishes and speciality cheeses (the perfect accompaniment to a refreshing beer). The lentil stew is packed full of goodness and we can recommend the deer sausage which is absolutely scrumptious.At noon on Sunday, we revive the tradition of Sunday roast. In the evening there is a four-course set menu - simply let yourself be surprised by our chef.

Our restaurant does not boast official certificates, nonetheless, we strive for sustainability and are serious about the respectful usage and handling of food. We source our ingredients from farmers locally. Our cheese comes from neighbouring alps and dairies, our meat from a local butcher, not wholesale. In summer, our vegetables are harvested in the adjacent school garden - of educational value to the students of the boarding school and an exquisite, fresh treat for our guests.


Our drinks menu

A tribute to Bacchus and Ceres alike, our drinks menu boasts a wide selection of local and classic beverages. Why not sample a South Tirolean Trouvaillen wine or my grandma’s favourite, the Magdalener?  Savour favourite wines from the Graubunden region or one of the Italian classics. Or if beer is more your thing, then our locally brewed beers Tschliner and Girun are certainly worth sampling, or the Graubunden Calanda. Other beers which have sneaked onto our menu are classic beers from the Appenzell Brewery and the Ittinger Klosterbräu. Of course, we also have an assortment of non-alcoholic and hot beverages. Our tea selection includes delicacies from Swiss tea producer l’art du thé. Our cappuccino comes ‘Italian style’, with no chocolate powder and the espresso has a smooth, nutty taste.