Maloja Restaurants


(This is a route developed for the Maloja Palace app)

Taste the local delicacies in one of these restaurants…

Schweizerhaus (Maloja)

Enjoy a delicious meal in one of the Schweizerhaus’ restaurants!

Orsini offers fine dining accompanied with a variety of wines, dishes like their medium roasted chateaubriand or the trout meuniere are definitely worth the try. The restaurant can also be used for small family gatherings.

Cheese lovers will love the Engadiner Stübli, specialized in Grisons dishes, it serves delicious cheese fondues and raclette.

Finally if you want to sit in the sun, try the Terrace and Pergola “Da Wintschi” where you can enjoy a nice grilled meat between noon and 2pm.

Longhin (Maloja)

Whether you’re looking for local specialities or craving a pizza, Longhin is the right place for you!

Try their chestnut dishes, a fruit that is seasonally picked from the chestnut forest in Plazza, close to Soglio.

After choosing your meal simply sit down and enjoy the view of the Piz da La Margna. If you want you can also take advantage of their pizza take-away service.

Murtaröl (Plan da Ley)

Formerly a guesthouse, today Murtaröl is a successful fish restaurant.

Every day from 12pm to 10pm you can order your favorite fish or seafood from the menu.

Chesa Veglia

Chesa Veglia is a popular site among locals and tourists, this famous hotel features three restaurants and two bars that cater to all tastes.

Patrizier Stuben is set in a cozy chalet and serves mouth-watering Swiss food, from noon to 10.30pm, dress code is smart casual.

If you’re in the mood for a pizza, fear not, Pizzeria Heuboden has got you covered! The restaurant is open from 6.30pm to 11:30pm. No table available? No worries, you can enjoy an apéritif at the Polo Bar while you wait. As for the meal, the truffle pizza is a must-try!

The smell of grill food will draw you to Grill Chadafö, that is of course if you’re not vegetarian. Enjoy your meal accompanied by the sound of the piano. The restaurant is only open in the winter from 7:30pm to 11pm.

As for the bars, at Bar Carigiet you can admire the incredible drawings of Swiss artist, Alois Carigiet , while you take a sip of your drink. Carigiet is only open in the winter from 6pm to midnight.

Open all year-long, Polo Bar is a great meeting point, mind the low ceiling and relax in this cozy bar. You can come in the summer between 6.30pm and 11.30pm or winter until midnight.

La Stalla

Market-fresh ingredients are featured on La Stalla’s menu every day!

This rustic restaurant is located at the Plazza dal Mulin in St.Moritz.

While you’re here make sure to try their cheese fondues, a unique culinary experience.

Ecco St. Moritz

Award-winning chef Rolf Fliegauf invites you to try the best flavours of Swiss cuisine.

Every day Ecco delivers delicious masterpieces that use natural and seasonal ingredients.

The restaurant closes during the summer season, but don’t worry you can still try Rolf Fliegauf’s creations at his other restaurant, Ecco Ascona.

Chesa al Parc

Open daily from 10am to 10pm, Chesa al Parc serves both Swiss specialties and international dishes.

The restaurant has a sun terrace where you can enjoy an afternoon drink or a local pastry.

On Sunday evenings make sure to try the Fondue Chinoise!

Dal Mulin

Located at Plazza dal Mulin, this restaurant serves the best Alpine dishes.

Their menu also features a wide range of wines, from small producers to vintage rarities.

Dal Mulin serves both lunch and dinner and it’s closed on Sundays and Mondays.

La Marmite

Spoil yourself with at a meal at La Marmite!

Considered one of Europe’s most famous gourmet restaurants, it is a jewel of the Swiss Alps.

Join its fashionable clientele and enjoy high-end ingredients like truffles and caviar. The menu is catered by celebrity Chef Reto Mathis.

Besides La Marmite, the restaurant’s interior also includes two other dining spaces, the Brasserie and the pub Stube.


Visit Hatecke, a delicacy butchery specialized in Salzis and dried meat.

Rich in minerals and vitamins, the meat comes from the Engadin’s Alpine meadows and it’s air dried for a few months before it’s ready to taste.

Jöhri’s Talvo Restaurant

Set in a 17th century Engadine house, Talvo gives a modern touch to traditional flavours.

Relax and enjoy the taste of Mediterranean cuisine in a unique wooden setting.

You can also have your meal at home, thanks to Talvo’s home delivery and take away service.


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