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Oct 24
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Oct 28
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interior shot of a rustic dining room. The walls are white with little candles lining the wooden window sills. The round tables are donned in burgundy linens and wooden country chairs with white patterned cushions circle the tables. Each table has wine classes and elegantly folded napkins at each seat. On the table in the foreground is a bottle of white wine, a fondue pot of melted cheese with potatoes, bread and other dishes to dip in the cheese.

Il Tschaler
A world devoted to cheese

Il Tschaler

Journey to the heart of Swiss mountain dining with these emblematic cheese dishes

a couple eating a fondue dinner. There is a large pot of melted cheese in the middle of the table. The diners are dipping pieces of bread on sticks into the pot. Surrounding the pot are loaves of bread, bowls of potatoes and plates of cheese. The setting is rustic and cozy.
a detail shot of wheels of cheese. Each cheese wheel has different colors in it signifying the different flavors within the cheese.

Choose from the classic fondue, prepared with a secret recipe, or innovative interpretations that incorporate unexpected ingredients such as summer truffles and Champagne. For wonderfully blistered, bubbly raclette, the choices range from cheeses infused with wild herbs to mountain hay.

interior shot of a rustic dining room. The walls are white with little candles lining the wooden window sills. The round tables are donned in burgundy linens and wooden country chairs with white patterned cushions circle the tables. Each table has wine classes and elegantly folded napkins at each seat. On the table in the foreground is a bottle of white wine, a fondue pot of melted cheese with potatoes, bread and other dishes to dip in the cheese.

Il Tschaler

A cozy atmosphere to match

Situated in the Grand Hotel’s vaulted cellar, Il Tschaler is delightfully rustic, complete with red gingham tablecloths and vintage skis on the wall.

a detail shot of a dinner plate. The copper dinner plate holds baby corn topped with melted cheese, broccoli and cherry tomatoes. There are two pickles to the side of the plate and a fork and knife leaning on the other side of the plate.

Il Tschaler

Our hours

Only open during winter

Tuesday / Wednesday to Sunday
From 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm*

*Opening hours may vary

waldhaus flims hotel exterior at dusk. The hotels is white with gray shutters. There are two balconies overlooking the mountains. In the background are evergreen trees and the silhouettes of the swiss alps

Compulsory use of face masks

Dear Guest

Please note that from the 17th of October it is compulsory to wear a face-mask in public buildings as instructed by the government of the canton Graubunden. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your cooperation.

The Waldhaus Team

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