St. Moritz Gourmet Festival

St. Moritz Gourmet Festival

Jan 20, 2023Jan 28, 2023
Various restaurants
St. Moritz
Various prices

The St. Moritz Gourmet Festival has been taking place at the start of each year for the past 27 years, gathering together top Swiss chefs in prolific restaurants in one of the most high-class resort towns in the world. St. Moritz is one of the most famous Swiss holiday destinations, particularly for winter sports, glamour and elegance. The town is situated in the mountains - 1.856 metres above sea level to be exact - in the dazzling Upper Engadine region.

Swiss Made in St. Moritz

The event is not a gourmet competition but an event that aims to inspire. That's why over 80.000 food lovers have travelled from near and far to enjoy the St. Moritz Gourmet Festival since the festival was first established.

This year's theme is "Middle Eastern Cuisine", highlighting the delicacies of the Middle East by bringing in eminent international chefs that will work alongside the executive chefs from the festival's partner hotels to create something astounding this winter.

Photo: © Tanja Grandits, courtesy of St Moritz Gourmet Festival st-moritz-gourmet-festival-switzerland.jpg

Participating restaurants

Below are the restaurants participating in this year's St Moritz Gourmet Festival. The restaurants stand for high quality, elegance, sophistication and flair. 

  • Badrutt’s Palace Hotel
  • Carlton Hotel
  • Grand Hotel Den Bains Kempinski
  • Grand Hotel Kronenhof
  • Hotel Giardino Mountain
  • Hotel Saratz
  • Hotel Waldhuis Sils
  • Kulm Hotel St Moritz
  • Nira Alpina
  • Suvretta House

Photo: © Fabian Hafeli, courtesy of St Moritz Gourmet Festival st-moritz-gourmet-festival.jpg

Plan your visit to St Moritz Gourmet Festival

Check out the St Moritz Gourmet Festival website for information on participating venues, menus, chefs and more! If you're coming from out of town it's likely that you're coming by public transportation and luckily, St Moritz is well-connected to other Swiss cities.

Photo: © Hiroshi Toyoda, courtesy of St Moritz Gourmet Festival stmoritz-gourmet-festival.jpg

Thumb photo: © Mattias Roock Food, courtesy of St Moritz Gourmet Festival