Did you know that, according to tradition, the name of this dish goes back to the French writer and politician Francois-René de Chateaubriand? In 1822, he became the French ambassador to London, the capital of England. A gourmet and French patriot, he registered the English art of roasting steaks and, after some time, he is said to have commissioned his chef to create a steak that outshines English steaks. The result is the double loin, which must be roasted lightly bloody (medium rare) to pink (medium).
For our regular guests and connoisseurs: from Monday to Friday we serve a variety of lunch menus.
On Sundays and bank holidays we spoil you with our Sunday menu for relaxed feasting with your loved ones.
Adnan Kamberi studied economics, tourism and finance in his native country Serbia, after entering Switzerland in December 1973. For his start at Restaurant Mürset on 2 December 1990, he made a long run at four- and five-star hotels in Grisons and distinguished himself for his skill, friendliness and reliability. In the Mürset, he has long since become a "grey" eminence or "Mister Alte Stube". Attributes that emphasize his popularity.
Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 am - 11.30 pm
Sunday and holidays 10.30 a.m. - 10 p.m.