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IGNIV means "nest" and for celebrated chef Andreas Caminada, that stands for spending time together and an innovative take on small plates for sharing. One of St. Moritz's most coveted restaurants, IGNIV was honoured with a second Michelin star in 2020.
Awarded 2-Michelin Stars
Executive Chef: Marcel Skibba
Manager: Giuseppe LoVasco
In 1936, the hotel turned this cozy farmhouse into the food and nightlife center of St. Moritz. Guests can choose between Swiss and Italian restaurants, followed by drinks in the cozy Polo Bar or among the fairytale drawings of Engadin artist Carigiet in the eponymous Bar Carigiet.
Japanesese star chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa ("NOBU") opened this new restaurant La Coupole/[email protected]`s Palace in the former tennis hall, which was once Europe’s first. The stylish restaurant incorporates a cocktail and sushi bar as well as a private dining room. Japanese-Peruvian cuisine; only open in the winter season.
Executive Chef: Nobujuki Matsuhisa
Manager: Yves Gardiol
La Diala is the romansch expression for "mountain fairy" and symbolizes Badrutt's Palace Hotel's connection to its sylvan surroundings. The cozy modern interiors, crafted from local materials, suit the fresh, spa fare on offer, including crisp salads and seasonal Mediterranean dishes.
Gilded mirrors, heavy wainscoting and fluted pillars lend Belle Epoque glamour to this dining room, which serves breakfast (in summer) and lunch (year-round). Daylight hours make the most of dramatic views of Lake St. Moritz and the Engadin mountains.
Le Restaurant is the grand dame of St. Moritz dining, all candlelight and white tablecloths, crystal chandeliers and double-height windows overlooking the snow-covered Alps. During high season, harpists and musical ensembles score breakfasts and dinners of haute French and international cuisine.
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