We found this restaurant somewhat by chance, as we saw the menu while walking along the main street. The choice of fish was what attracted us, and it (scampi and scallop skewer, tuna tagliatelle, and seafood open ravioli) was excellent, as was the Grison barley soup, and the wine list has some great wines. We were in Pontresina for three nights, and we ate here first night, and after trying somewhere else the second night, we couldn’t resist coming back again on our last night. This time we even tried some meat, a perfectly cooked guinea fowl, as well as some monkfish, and more barley soup.
Will definitely go back next time we’re in Pontresina.
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