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Whether you are looking for top-notch Alpine cuisine or a trendy place to see and be seen, when it comes to great dining in St. Moritz, the list is long. Forbes Travel Guide’s editors suggest you visit these five restaurants in St. Moritz.
1. Mathis Food Affairs. Located at the base of Piz Nair, this eatery is three restaurants in one—a pub, a casual brasserie and the high end Marmite, which specializes in delicacies like caviar and truffles. After dinner or before, pause to enjoy the view and some bubbly in the Champagne bar
2. Johri’s Talvo. This internationally acclaimed restaurant is where chef couple Bridgette and Roland Johri serve surprising fare like foie gras terrine with chocolate, shrimp scampi with white risotto and lamb with vegetable ragout and pickled cabbage.
3. El Paradiso. Set in a long wooden building on the mountain, the candelit El Paradiso is chic but still delightfully cozy and romantic. You’ll find everything from the ultimate in fondue, to polenta showered in black or white truffles to bouillabaisse.
4. Chesa Vaglia. Tucked on the hillside near Badrutt’s Palace, Chesa Vaglia is a trio of restaurants all offering high-end fare. Patrizier Stuben does more Swiss influenced dishes, while Chadafo specializes in French cuisine. Heuboden offers Italian specialties including pizza.
5. Nobu. The St. Moritz outpost of this famous sushi restaurant in Badrutt’s Palace is just as trendy as it is in New York City. Order classics like the tiradito or black miso cod and then settle in for a fun start to your evening.