We’ve been visiting Arosa for years and whilst the town and surrounds are stunning, the dining options have always been a bit limited, and to be blunt - average in quality.
When we saw that Lamm and Leu had opened and received such overwhelmingly positive reviews, we immediately made a booking for dinner.
On paper, it really looks like our ideal steak restaurant with an almost religious emphasis on quality.
Firstly, the down-stairs bar is a great place to have a few pre-dinner drinks, with the bar staff making exceptionally good cocktails in a relaxed but buzzy atmosphere.
As steak lovers, we were expecting great things. After all, Lamm and Leu make such a song and dance about their Swiss dry-aged beef with descriptions such as “nutty” and “intense” being used by the staff when taking about their meat in almost reverent tones.
We found the steaks to be of average quality. Although cooked as asked, they were watery and tasteless. How did they get this so wrong? Why do so many people think this is good steak? Perhaps we wouldn’t have been so disappointed if it was value for money, but it simply isn’t. Paying exceptional prices for average food never is.
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