Breil/Brigels is a municipality in the Surselva Region in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. On 1 January 2018 the former municipalities of Andiast and Waltensburg/Vuorz merged into the municipality of Breil/Brigels.
4 based on 16 reviews
Smart italian pizzeria in the middle of the grisons apls. Pizza was very good despite no wood oven. Prices are also very good. If you are there and like to eat a good pizza ...then chose this one.
5 based on 39 reviews
Ustria Steila, located in Siat, a small Swiss town in the Swiss Alps, near Laxx/Flims Skii resort town not only offers fine dinning, but a view to treasure. Unlike other restaurants that I have visit in Alps, this one is new and modern, yet welcoming. We enjoy some pre-dinner drinks in the court yard. Service was extremely attentive, even though the restaurant was only staffed with the waiter and cook. Our meals were simply delicious and moderately priced. I highly recommend the establishment, it's simply a must.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
If you have the chance to visit, you must try the avocado salad, it has been on the menue for a decade and it is still plate-liking good. All the other items are very good, only downside of it is, you should bring your big wallet, remember it's Switzerland.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Perfect service, perfect choice of finest food, great ambiente, acceptable price/performance relationship, excellent cooking, really a remarkable place to stay.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Hands-on delightful owner and very professional wait-staff enhanced the gourmet evening. Food was great with some imagination by the cook for the standard fair. Would definitely go back.
3 based on 1 reviews
Popular with local families. Menu of the day is good value (especially for Switzerland), although not gastronomic. Home cooked food, generous portions, offhand service.
4 based on 10 reviews
Unexpected but lovely is Central Fine Dining in the otherwise very sporty and rather rustic resort of Obersaxen. Nice setting, great presentation, delicious and surprising food
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Stopped for lunch on one of my first days in Obersaxen. Was a bad weather day and should have stayerd at hotel but wanted to get out and explore. Piste above Kartitscha are above tree-line, and those below are (some) through tress so can see where you're going.
Food and drink service at bar was quick and friendly. Staff was a little "startled" to find an American there, as is more a "locals" place (fortunately).
5 based on 10 reviews
We enjoyed one of the best Thai meals we've had in ages. No set menu, you just get whatever 2 or 3 course offering they've prepared for the day, so not great for picky eaters. But, my whole family, even the children, loved it. We paid 39chf for the adults, and 10chf for the children (plus drinks and dessert). The restaurant is run by a family, the Thai husband cooks and his wife runs the front. We got lucky and got a table with no reservation, but it was very busy, and Reservations are recommended (she warned us for next time). Looking forward to eating here again next year for our ski holiday.
5 based on 11 reviews
We only popped in here for a drink; the menu looks short and local. It's an enchanting spot. It looks as if it doubles as the village "pub" as it was full of locals, small children and dogs, when we visited. Frankly, people could not be more welcoming than this lot. The proprietor and his wife shook our hands and attempted to chat - we don't speak Romanche, or German or Italian and their English was very limited we eventually all mangled our way through French - and the locals all bade us well when we left.
The local wine was fruity and zingy; the setting was just lovely. If you are in this part of the world, looking for a fun, authentic spot, this is it.
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