Café Hanselmann in St. Moritz, that is a sweet paradise with world fame. Anyone who enters the coffee house in the best St. Moritz location on the main street right next to the St. Mauritius Fountain knows what it's all about. Cultivated ambiance, grown over decades, garnished with a touch of the turn of the century and provided with a culinary offer that knows how to meet the highest demands.
From the beautiful sgraffiti façade, which was restored in 1985, to the tables set in blossom-white - some with a direct view of the idyllic Lake St. Moritz - the Hanselmann Coffee House embodies pure tradition.
Its history goes back to the last century, exactly 1894, when Fritz Hanselmann opened his own bakery in the house Elvezia (today Trois Pommes). Hanselmann took the big step towards a coffee house and restaurant at the beginning of the 20th century when he moved into the present house on Via Maistra. It has been restored and modernized several times while maintaining the beautiful old style and today has about 200 seats.
Hanselmann's offer ranges from all the sweet treats - where even diabetics do not have to go away empty-handed - to the daily bread, to the lunchtime menu, which is prepared in their own kitchen.
Particularly popular are of course the famous Engadinger nut cakes and the elaborately handmade pralines, which are often packed in parcels and take a long journey to customers all over the world.
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