Klosters Mountain Restaurants
There are several dozen mountain restaurants spread across the vast Klosters ski area and, although they vary from simple cafeteria style to full gourmet table-service establishments, the quality is normally universally high and most have sunny terraces (“weather permitting”) from which to enjoy the stunning local scenery. On Madrisa the main dining option is the Bergrestaurant Saaseralp; +41 (0)81 410 21 80) which has several sections with different catering styles in each and a children’s play room. Popular choices here include the cosy Zügenhüttli (+41 (0)81 410 21 80) which is a good example of the great view from the sunny terrace model (and you can see from a distance if it’s open as the flag will be flying if it is!).
Restaurants In Klosters
Klosters has 40 or so places to eat, most of them quality hotel restaurants serving traditional Swiss mountain food, but there’s also French and Italian options. One dining experience particularly worth having during your stay in the Restaurant Steinbock (+41 (0)81 422 45 45, steinbock-klosters.ch), which was built from stone and wood to a traditional chalet design in the 1920s, then fully renovated in the 1980s. It has a wonderful ambience. Some of the best cuisine is served up in the restaurant of the Walserhof, where chef Armin Amrein has been awarded 17 points in the world famous Gault & Milau guide. If you can cope with only 16 points The Alpina has a reputation for using fresh, seasonal food. At 13 points in the guide the Restaurant Rustico has some Asian overtones to its cuisine. Or for a quick, affordable meal the Sportzentrum Klosters (+41 (0)81 410 21 41,sportzentrumklosters.ch) is a little less high brow.
Grocery Shops in Klosters
Klosters has a small collection of food shops covering all likely holiday dining needs.
There are two grocery stores, the Casanna Markt (+41 (0)81 422 50 10) and a Coop Supermarket (+41 (0)81 410 23 40).
There are also farm shops like Kesslerhof (Gandaweg 18, +41 (0)81 422 39 77, kesslerhof.ch), from the farm a few kilometres from the village, which sells home produced and prepared meat, cheese, dairy and yoghurt products to name but a few.