DAVOS | Schneider’s is a Davos institution that’s been making chocolates and baked goods since 1915. There’s a lot to like here, from the fresh, slow fermented baked bread through to the sweet pastry treats and fine quality Swiss chocolates.
You can purchase your treats from the small confectionery store that’s attached to the bakery, or at the nearby cafe, which also offers and assortment of breakfast and lunch dishes like capuns, Davoser Krautpizzokel or Bündner Cordon Bleu.
There are two Graubünden specialities that you must try when you visit Schneider’s. The Büdner Nusstorte (Nut Tart), also known as Engadine Nusstorte (Engadine is where it was historically produced) is one of them. It’s a sweet walnut and soft caramel tart with a rich, flaky, buttery shortbread crust that melts in your mouth. The other are the the Röteli Truffes. Chocolate truffles filled with Röteli, a traditional Swiss cherry liqueur.
And if you want to do more than just enjoy the food here, you can also sign up for chocolate making and baking classes which are run regularly throughout the year.
Tue – Sun: 8:00am to 7:00pm