The Pulsa Stube restaurant - the cheese parlour in the Hotel Grischa Davos - serves fondue, raclette and other specialities made from locally sourced dairy produce.
Luftkurort Davos is the highest town in Europe, and for anyone here who is extremely hungry, they will have come to the right place with the Pulsa Stube in Hotel Grischa, which serves numerous varieties of cheese fondue and raclettes. All ingredients used here come from a local dairy. The enjoyment is only heightened by the exceptional choice of wine on offer. In this Talstraße restaurant, children can also delight in the hearty delicatessen, as there are special child-sized portions available.
Anyone visiting Graubünden and Davos should not pass up the opportunity to try the Swiss specialities and stop for a bite to eat in the chilled-out Pulsa Stube.
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