Switzerland is certainly not bereft of world-class restaurants, but for that exquisite culinary experience of a lifetime a few places lead the way. Fürstenau, in Graubünden, is home to one of two 3-star Michelin graded restaurants in the country. Set inside a tiny, renovated castle, here award-winning chef Andreas Caminada has made Schauenstein Schloss a magical, almost surreal experience. Beautifully crafted courses, which include signature dishes of ravioli with lemon peel and a succulent Graubünden lamb, are balanced supremely with a vast wine selection and impeccable service.
Elsewhere, set in a charming 18th-century house, restaurant Chesa Pirani caters for the high society of St. Moritz with amazing saffron dishes and hospitality fit for royalty.