Where to Eat in Klosters | Welove2ski
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Where to Eat in Klosters

Where to Eat in Klosters | Welove2ski

The restaurant in the Hotel Walserhof is the top dining spot in Klosters and in high season you must book well in advance. The restaurant in Chesa Grischuna maintains a high standard and warm atmosphere.

Al Berto in Klosters Dorf does the best pizzas in the resort (“I don’t think we know anyone who has gone there and not raved about it afterwards,” said a reporter). Zur Sonne (+41 81 422 1349) is a traditional B&B with a good-value Stubli restaurant, and The Alpina (+41 81 410 2424) is a copy little wooden restaurant. Meanwhile, Hotel Wynegg has after many years changed hands. It offers home-style but innovative cooking by chef Andi Fasser, using seasonal and local ingredients. If you’re looking for good value, The Sports Centre (+41 81 410 21 41) has a restaurant serving pizza and pasta, which you can eat while watching the ice hockey. A reporter recommended Berghaus Alpenrosli (“we liked our dinner at the Alpenrosli where they serve excellent food”). Another favourite is Hohwald in Monbiel, which is just above Klosters.

Classic mountain huts, classic mountain fare

Klosters is famous for its mountain restaurants – which are rustic little wooden huts serving heartwarming food, exactly like you’d always dreamt of finding in the Alps. Berghaus Erika, in the hamlet of Schlappin on the black run down from Madrisa, is warmly recommended for its Rosti. However, reporters complain that the famous Schwendi houses, rustic huts on the Parsenn that have long been a mainstay of Klosters lunchtime scene, are now overpriced. Best bets are the Schwendi Ski and Berghaus and the Alte Schwendi above Conters on the way down to the Schiferbahn. Also recommended are Gotschna Serneus (+41 81 422 1428), at Serneus and Schifer Berghaus, higher up the mountain on the same run. Skihutte Selfranga is a sweet little mountain hut just above the village at the top of the T-bar of the same name. The Alpenrosli is a small mountain inn set just above the village. It is open for lunch and in the evening and has six charming little bedrooms and a bunk room for 16. Hotel Restaurant Kulm, in the hamlet of Wolfgang, is ideal for a long lunch stop.

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Felice Hardy

Felice was one of the founders of Welove2ski and regularly contributes, as well writing for a range of other publications including The Evening Standard, The Guardian, Conde Nast Traveller, Tatler, Harpers Bazaar, Country Life, BA Highlife and House & Garden. She started skiing at the age of three. She also enjoys hiking with her dogs and mountain biking in the Alps.

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