The restaurant Murtaröl was built around 1880 as a boarding house and stagecoach stop and was bought in 1951 by Edoardo Giovanoli, the grandfather from Soglio, and is still owned by the Walther family.
Until 1984 the Pension Murtaröl was run as a summer business (fishing season). After that the Pension Murtaröl was extended to a yearly business and continued as a successful restaurant with fish specialties. With a view of the Piz Corvatsch, the Walther family serves you as fresh fish and crustaceans which they buy daily through Aris Plaun da Lej in Milan at the second largest fish market in Europe.
Gault Millau Points : 14
Take-away and delivery offers: Take Away and Delivery
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