Schloss Schauenstein Restaurant, Fürstenau
There is no greater joy than anticipation. It is definitely well worth waiting eight months for a table and a room at Schloss Schauenstein. You will be regally rewarded for your patience. The sophisticated fare of Andreas Caminada, the young shooting star of Swiss haute cuisine is celebrate your entire sensory spectrum. The looks alone of these culinary delights are a premonition of what your palate will experience: a gustatory supernova. Forget everything you thought you knew about 3-star restaurants and luxury hotels. At Schloss Schauenstein, you will find a unique cuisine and insuperable luxury – yet there is nothing pretentious about the way it presents itself. The combined restaurant / hotel in Fürstenau – a hamlet of just nine residents – is a lifestyle statement, an oasis of hospitality, and a lavish backdrop for an unforgettable sojourn. Perfect for those who believe they have seen and tried it all. Closed on: All day Mondays and Tuesday, and Wednesday forenoon
Restaurant Price range
A 3-course menu or dinner à la carte per person will cost approx.:
- Below € 30
- Below € 80
- Above € 80
The sophisticated cuisine of Andreas Caminada. Even those who believe they have seen it all will be in for new gustatory sensations in this place.
The restaurant / hotel has become a victim of its own success, being booked solid on weekends far in advance. Tip: Reservations are taken for the coming eight months at the start of each months.
- Get the number of the most coveted table
- Place a table reservation request directly, using your data
Location, ambience, room, service, and wine list:
6 = one of a kind
5 = excellent
4 = good
3 = satisfactory
2 = imperfect
1 = poor
6 = superior culinary art (normally 3 Michelin stars)
5 = extraordinarily creative culinary performance – often awarded one or two Michelin stars
4 = excellent cuisine, high quality, and consistency
3 = great cuisine, out of the ordinary
2 = unambitious cuisine
1 = best not to dine here
6 = unique resort or restaurant that satisfies (nearly) every need and desire
5 = top-of-the-lot in its category, as-new infrastructure, with lavish attention to detail
4 = swank restaurant or thrilling hotel with restaurant, bar, indoor or outdoor pool, gym, and spa
3 = elegant restaurant with patio, or small-but-refined hotel with restaurant
2 = harmonious restaurant without terrace or a luxurious B&B with swimming pool
1 = simple restaurant or charming B&B without swimming pool
What is the opposite of centrally located? Schloss Schauenstein – in the small hamlet of Fürstenau in the Domleschg Valley, far from the tourist hang-outs, would be a fine illustration of it.
The thick castle walls dating back to the 13th century are an exquisite setting for the restaurant / hotel of Andreas Caminada.
Restaurant spread across 2 rooms, salon, 6 rooms / suites, sauna in the cellar vaults, patio, garden, and the "Remisa" café (in the evening for private roundtables).
Andreas Caminada, a chef from Graubünden who has held 3 Michelin stars since 2010, is considered one of the greatest talents among Switzerland's chefs. His specialities include: lobster variation in two courses, stewed pork belly with Périgord truffles and goose liver, and the apricot dessert 007. 6-course dinner at CHF 245.00.
Fascinating wine menu with around 700 vintages and extensive selection of local Graubünden vintners.
Marked by silent perfection. Head waiter and sommelier Oliver Friedrich suavely heads the young service crew.
Location: Fürstenau | Grisons
Obergass · 7414 Fürstenau
Phone +41 81 632 10 81