In a prime position facing towards the large Palace Hotel the St Moritz must attract a lot of people who want to eat out but are too hungry to wander too far.
We fell into that category and unfortunately we chose 2 items on the menu that were not to our liking. The Veal with Marsala was a disappointment - the sauce was a watery coloured affair with little taste of the Marsala - which ruined the whole dish. The Rabbit was tough and not very nice at all. We did discuss this latter dish with the head waiter but were offered the explanation that rabbit is tough unless cooked slowly. He did , very honestly, say that others had complained in the past. This begs the question - why have it on the menu unless a way can be found of pre-cooking it slowly and safely re-heating ?
So much depends on a customer's first menu choice when visiting a new restaurant so it is very important to weed out any dishes that could cause problems or complaints.
The pasta dishes and pizzas may well be excellent, but having had 2 disappointing meals we vowed to try other places on our next visit
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