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Enoteca, St. Moritz

Via Mezdi 27, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland
Enoteca Review
4 Star Rating
25 January 2015EnotecaTags: St. Moritz, Switzerland, Italian reviewsThe Bill: £83 per head

While staying in the Kempinski Grand Hôtel des Bains we decided to visit to one of their restaurants, Enoteca. A casual brasserie style dining experience, with casual service and a laid back atmosphere. The dishes were well executed, and the range of flavours used were superb.

We ordered a bottle of wine for the table. San Carlo, Merlot del Locarnese, a rich ruby red wine with an intense and complex flavour on the palate, very aromatic.

For our starters we chose the Ravioli of Rock Lobster with Feves beans and Lemongrass Brew. A splenid combination of flavours, the lobster was fresh and delicious. And, the "Cuore di Bue" Tomato with Burrata and Basil, another beautifully presented dish that tasted just as good as it looked.

"Our experience at Enoteca was a joy from the moment we stepped into the restaurant."

Our main dishes were the Roasted Sea Bass on Fregola Sarda and Pointed Bell Pepper. When complimented correctly Sea Bass is such a flavoursome dish, very enjoyable. My partner had the Grilled US Prime Beef Fillet, with Cauliflowers Confit and Perigord Truffle. The fillet was a little well-done but still enjoyed. Two well executed main dishes that left us very satisfied.

With a little room left for dessert we opted for the Delice of Arabica Coffee and Felchlin Chocolate with White Espresso Ice Cream, a lovely blend of chocolate and coffee flavours. We also had the Tartlet of Felchlin Chocolate with Citrus Fruit Compote, Marinated Pineapple Leaves with Ginger and Lemongrass and Coconut Sorbet, and Caramelized Chocolate Foam with Toffee Cream. Quite a list of flavours, and an eclectic blend that worked perfectly.

Our experience at Enoteca was a joy from the moment we stepped into the restaurant. If you are a gust at the Kempinski Grand Hôtel des Bains it's simply a must experience.

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