Second time we went there, after a nice horse ride up, enjoyed a nice lunch and a great desert buffet. Then enjoy a nce walk down back to Pontresina.
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Waiter could hardly speak/understand German. 5 meals came extremely quickly. Capuns was warm, but not hot. I would prefere a hot meal outside when it is windy. All meals very greasy Huge desert buffet - looked delicious, but we didn't try it.
We did not stay at the hotel but walked there from Pontresina for lunch. The restaurant is beautifully set out and the manageress was very friendly and helpful. The Roseg valley is one of the most beautiful in Switzerland and a walk there and back...More
Stopped in for lunch at the midpoint of a long walk in Val Roseg, and had a good beer and a plate of delicious ravioli al pesto on the sun deck. Pricier than the self-service eatery inside, but on a sunny day, worth it, I...More
This place is very popular and the service is not coping with the flow. We ordered a salad and asked for fish as main - without the potatoes - to be brought together with the salad. We received an octopus instead - how on earth...More
Hiking down from Piz Corwatsch we met with Roseq Gletscher in the valley. Happy cows clinging their bells greets you by the ice-cold river. We had a delicious outdoor lunch at the terrace, Swiss-priced of course, but well deserved after hiking. Friendly staff and a...More
We started from the Kronenhof Hotel, walked through the small city of Pontresina and entered a wonderful valley with not too much snow, many spruces and larchs and in the middle a rapid stream. After 2 hours walking, always slightly uphill theforrest desappeared and a...More
we have been hiking through snow for a good 15 years to get to this wonderful restaurant, year after year, every year, without fail. The high quality of ingredients, the diverse menu, the beautiful presentation, the warm and lovely service, all contributes to a fantastic...More
Hiking or biking up the Roseg valley is a 7km journey and longer than many might think, but at the end, you will find this restaurant with a huge terrace overlooking the upper end of the valley and the mountains behind. It is big and...More
Once you hike or take the horse carriage into Val Roseg, this is the only sign of civilization. As a monopoly on food and drink for tired tourists, it's not cheap. The menu is heavily meat and game oriented, with pasta as well. We only...More