Soft lighting, superb panelling, artistically carved solid oak columns, and – above it all – an elaborately decorated cassette ceiling: The large dining room breathes history. This is where our executive chef Fabrizio Zanetti celebrates his market-fresh French cuisine with international panache (16 GaultMillau points). The individual dishes are brought to the table and plated by our classic french service team. Guests with half-board bookings can choose from 4-course offerings that change daily, picking their favourite superbly prepared gourmet creations.
Dresscode for men: dark suit and tie, for boys: jacket and tie.
The Grand Restaurant will remain closed during summer season 2021
Dine in style, yet in an easygoing ambiance: Our Suvretta Stube is eager to acquaint you with popular Suvretta classics, Swiss specialities and authentic Grisons dishes interpreted in a new and refreshing way. You’ll find a traditional cheese fondue or raclette, the popular gypsy-style beef skewer and the venerable sliced veal «Zurich style» dish among many others. The Stube’s chef Isaac Briceño Obando is also known for exotic accents inspired by Costa Rican specialities from his homeland.
Take a seat on the terrace, savour the invigorating mountain air, and drink in the sun rays: Your holiday mood will culminate as you enjoy a rich breakfast in the summer, a lavish Full English Suvretta House Afternoon Tea, a refreshment in between, or a delectable lunch.
Opulent armchairs, a tiled stove that radiates cosy warmth, plus the Oriental ambience in the Café Couscous: in the Club Bar and lobby, you can surrender to a laid-back, easygoing atmosphere. This is the perfect venue for great drinks and refreshments as well as casual conversations.
It is the heart of Suvretta House. In the tradition-steeped hotel lobby, guests enjoy encounters practically around the clock, withdraw to a corner to read the newspaper, delight in the Full English Suvretta House Afternoon Tea or sip a pre-dinner aperitif.
With its elegant 1920s-style interior, our legendary bar serves as a perfect backdrop for ending the day with live music. Whether for aperitifs or after-dinner drinks, the list of beverages ranges from classic cocktails and ice-chilled nightcaps as well as choice digestifs and no fewer than 39 different gins. Obviously, the hotel humidor contains a selection of the finest cigars. Incidentally, the name of the bar pays tribute to Anton Sebastian Bon, the founder of Suvretta House.
Open from 10 am to 1 am,
live music from 7:30 to 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm to midnight.
Summer Season: 9th July until 17th October 2021
In the Teddy Club children’s restaurant, our little guests are in the company of friends. Together with their companions and under caring and circumspect supervision, they enjoy the popular kids’ dishes served here.
This special cocktail was named after the large Suvretta clock in the hotel lobby. During the renovation work on the guest lift in 1993, the hotel architect had an unusual idea: He instructed a local carpenter to leverage his best artisanal skills and build a clock expressly for Suvretta House. And what was special about it? It has only one hand! Because the hand advances from “6 to 6” twice a day, the then barkeeper spontaneously created the “6-o’clocker”: Vodka, Martini vermouth, a shot of cassis liqueur plus some premium champagne – cheers!
Suvretta House Gin’ius Club
As a hotel that is committed to and lives tradition, we decided in 2014 to place more emphasis on gin as one of the classic spirits. Thus, the Suvretta House Gin’ius Club invites you to explore the world of gin. Apart from evergreens, our list also features spirits that are bottled only in small batches and are therefore not mainstream – but these so-called boutique gins are nonetheless true palatal delights! Starting in the 2016/17 winter season, you can also savour the Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Gin created explicitly for Suvretta House.