Restaurant Veltlinerstübli, Davos

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DAVOS | Veltlinerstübli is a cozy 35 seat restaurant that’s been serving guests since 1717. It’s been in the hands of the family of current owners Corinna and Georg Flury since 1850, and that feeling you get from a truly family owned and operated restaurant is evident throughout. From the low ceiling to the tiled stove and wooden beams, this mountain retreat feels homely and welcoming. Combined with Corinna and Georg’s lovely and passionate service, dining here is a great experience.

The menu focuses on traditional regional dishes made using local, seasonal produce. Think rösti with onions, bacon and cheese, cheese spätzli with onions, leeks and baked Clavadeler alp cheese, and regional cheese and dried meat boards. Georg is a passionate hunter, and much of the game on the menu comes from animals that he has hunted. There’s also more familiar dishes on the menu like pork chops with herb butter, French fries and vegetables, and veal schintzel with French fries and vegetables. There’s also a vegetarian menu on offer for those who don’t eat meat.

It’s all very tasty, but the one reason to visit here more than any is Georg’s blueberry pie. It’s made using local wild blueberries and is truly something else. Not too sweet, not too heavy, fresh, and full of flavour. I tried it with a few food lovers from around the world and we all agreed that it was one of the best pies we’d ever tasted.

For drinks, the focus is on wine from the Veltlin region. More specifically, the Plozza winery in Brusio. Reds, Whites, and Rose are all produced in the region, but make sure you try the region’s signature wine, Valtellina, which is made from the Nebbiolo grape whivch grows mainly in the middle and lower Veltlin. It’s a delicate, elegance red, even more so than other Nebbiolos. It pairs perfectly with the food on offer at Veltlinerstübli.

Veltlinerstübli

Hauptstrasse 25
Davos Monstein
Graubünden 7278
Switzerland

Telephone: +418 1401 1152
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Tue – Sun: 9:00am to 11:00pm

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