Well priced for the area, this bright, genial restaurant has nothing swanky about it—lots of wood, ancient moldings in the form of grapes, and a welcoming wood fire where meat is roasted while you watch. The owners man the grill, and their touch with Italian-Romansh cooking is light and straightforward. In addition to grilled meats and whole trout, there are delicious and varied homemade pastas served family-style from crockery bowls. A tavern by day, this becomes a
specialty restaurant at dusk, when it draws many of the resort's winter workers for a social drink or catch-up.