Originating back in the late 1800s in England, brunch has always been a family favourite. Badrutt’s Palace is delighted to be offering this all time slow-food trend on the 12th and 19th of July from 10.30 a.m. until 3.00 p.m, and each Sunday in August thereafter. The gourmet buffet brunch will be taken on the spacious ‘Chesa Veglia’ terrace, where guests can soak up the sun and enjoy spectacular mountain views whilst listening to live music.
“Palace Gourmet Safari”
When the sun sets behind the Engadin mountains, all that is food comes alive. The Palace Gourmet Safari is a progressive dining experience, enjoyed in different locations throughout Badrutt’s Palace. Kicking off with a cocktail in ‘Le Grand Hall’, starters are taken in the legendary ‘Palace Wine Cellar’ followed by mains in ‘Le Restaurant’. For the pièce de résistance, dessert is served in the Palace Pastry Kitchen with a surprising selection of sweet temptations. The Palace Gourmet Safari is available daily upon request and from 17 July to 19 August 2015.
The Palace Chef’s Table
This unique and exclusive dining experience allows guests to discover the ‘behind the scenes magic’ of the Badrutt’s Palace’s kitchen in full service. Observe food preparation at its best and indulge in a delicious dinner menu, presented and balanced by the hotel’s Executive Chef and his team. Available daily, upon request and from 17 July to 19 August 2015.
Ever eaten dinner at a 300m long table? Now is your chance. On Sunday 26th July, Badrutt’s Palace will be cooking up a storm at St Moritz’s “La Tavolata”, a renowned culinary event drawing over 8000 visitors annually. Showcasing food specialties, served “family style”, from stalls and decorated hotel kitchens, including Badrutt’s Palace, this single long table welcomes locals, friends, friends of friends and guests to the local precinct to enjoy scrumptious foodie treats and street concerts.
Look what Badrutt’s Palace is serving up in Summer 2015
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