The walk from Badrutt's Palace was less than 5 minutes and after a delicious Swiss meal the walk home was welcomed! Charming atmosphere with warm and efficient service.
If you think 23 CHF is expensive for a rather average margarita pizza, wait till you see the price of the drinks! 7 CHF for a small bottle of (flat) lemonade and 14 CHF for a bottle of still water. I know St Moritz is expensive, but that's crazy. And they don't list the price of the drinks on the... More
We were in St. Moritz for a few days at the beginning of August and on the first evening came across Chesa Veglia. The weather was good enough for us to sit outside on the Terrace. The terrace is large but the furniture is of a cheap weatherproof quality. We ordered a mushroom soup and Züricher Geschnizteltes. The soup was... More
We were looking for a place to eat where we could walk and wouldn't have to take the car. We finally ended up in the "Patrizierstube" (not the Pizzeria) of the Chesa Veglia. It was not a very busy evening. The service was spot on, friendly and REALLY speedy. Sometimes even a bit too fast for my taste. Maybe they... More
Tough to find places to eat in the center of St Moritz. Chesa Veglia is located in the pedestrian zone between the Badrutts and the Kulm. There are two restaurants, the Stube which is classic swiss and an italian upstairs where we ate. First the good: decor is really very nice if you like typical ancient buildings. The food is... More
It's such like a sweet and warm atmosphere, 3 type of dinning room, I tried 2 of them, the italian and the grill room, for sure the best restaurant I went ot out of several.
The space is magnificent and views amazing. The overall feel is old fashioned and traditional. This also goes for the food. Nothing special, nothing memorable, but reasonably reliable and on the better side of ordinary. They make an effort with the service, but again it's pleasant without being polished. The parting impression is how Chesa Veglia could be one of... More
The building is really old. It is obvious from the minute you see it. Inside it is comfortable, cozy, clean and completely renovated. The food is traditional and of good quality. There is also a pizza furnace which makes great traditional pizza. There is a great atmosphere in this restaurant.
Business colleagues have raved so we went for lunch today. Two persons for their special lunch, tuna starter and trout meuniere or grilled with spinach and potatoes, dessert was sorbet with calvados. we had sparkling water and a nice italian white wine. There was no one else except a couple with toddler on the terrace. The table was nice, by... More
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