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“Interesting but a slightly bitter taste”

Pavarotti & Friends
Ranked #1 of 3 Nightlife in St. Moritz
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 1 March 2014

Easy to find in the center of the village. Fantastic atmosphere, wonderful decoration. We were there twice and the owner (Pavarotti, looks like the real one) was not there. And guess what...seeing him and talking to him is one of the attractions...So where has he been??? There were offers on the blackboard outside the bar, but the waitress had no idea and said they could not offer the wines at the price on the blackboard. There was only a card for the wine bottles but not for the glasses of wine so we ordered 2 different sorts of wine glasses without being able to define the whole further. There is this rumor, what we also saw, that you get a plate with cheese or ham for free. We only got a couple of bruschettas, which is generous alright but I could not understand why everyone else got the nice ham and we the dry bruschetta. Maybe because everybody was speaking italian and we german?? After ordering a second round there was nothing else offered. Price was normal upper Engadin price, not a low one but nothing extreme either. Because of the fantastic atmosphere I am going to give them one more chance...but better they treat us more descent next time.

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Reviewed 9 January 2014

We were roaming the streets of St Moritz during Christmas week attempting to not fill up on chocolate and looking for that "right" place to eat. We circled around and Pavarotti & Friends caught our eye. It was a delightful experience that I kill to bring home with me. The owner was adorable and charming - yes he looks like Pavarotti! He explained the menu in Italian - pasta & wine. What more does one need? The salami/procuttio, bread, olives and parmesan served first didn't hurt either. Our friend recommended a wonderful wine which turned into two bottles. Great atmosphere, people kept stopping by for wine with friends. Why can't I find this in southern california!?

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Reviewed 11 February 2012

The owner looks like a younger Pavarotti - hence the name. Great wine bar, with diverse selection of good wines. You are served sliced salami and bread with your wine, so that sitting and chatting with friends becomes all the more enjoyable. The noise level is high especially later on the weekends - but it is a fun way to spend some hours after skiing or hiking.

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