Traditional Engadine plates, various Rösti variations, as well as meatless and vegan homemade and lovingly prepared dishes.
Santons is the name of the hand-sized, clay nativity figures from Provence. Exhibited in small showcases, which are embedded in the Swiss stone pine wall. There is a story for each figure.
At the Sulèr we serve our local specialties such as capuns, pizochels and various Rösti dishes. Of course with fresh ingredients.
There is a sweet smell in the air. No wonder: Because the Oldboy is located right next to the pastry shop of Hotel Klarer. Ordinary coffee house atmosphere? Not quite. Nostalgic photos of former students of the local lyceum and of Zuoz decorate the walls.
Combine your coffee and cake break with a little voyage of discovery back into the past!
In our Arvenstübli Seletta a rich breakfast buffet with cheese, salsiz and homemade jam awaits you every morning. This is accompanied by oven-fresh bread, pastries and airy croissants – handmade in our own bakery.
Your fridge at home is just yawning emptiness? Even if you are not staying with us, we will welcome you for breakfast.
During the high season our restaurant is open on Friday and Saturday evenings. Secure a table in the Stüva veglia . Come by and let us surprise you!
The Stüva Veglia is a replica – the original can be seen in the Engadin Museum in St. Moritz.
Bright colors. Engadine joie de vivre. The mural painting of the artist Peter Dernier decorates our Stüvetta. Enjoy your lunch or a coffee with a delicious piece of cake in this wonderful room.
Tip for families: Enjoy your coffee and cake while your children have fun in our little play corner!