With its pine-panelled interior and crackling log fire, this traditional Engadine restaurant has all the coziness of Grandma's house. The specialty is a delightfully decadent champagne fondue, though other favorites are steak with french fries and, in winter, escargots. It's a popular oddity for this ritzy resort—more homespun than glitz and glamour, and a reasonably priced, low-key establishment for couples or a small group of friends. During summer months, there are
tables out front that offer partial views of the lake and, as an added bonus, the La Gondla Après Ski bar—located in an old gondola, not 10 steps from the restaurant door—is open daily in both summer and winter.