Feast on the beauty of the Swiss Alps at Badrutt's Palace Hotel luxury pop up restaurant

By Rose Adams | 21 Dec 2017 | Indulge

Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace Hotel in Switzerland is offering a luxury pop-up dining experience inside the top of the mountains for the first time ever, taking your skiing experince to the next level

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* Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace Hotel pop up restaurant

You may be used to hitting the slopes for sports, but now you can hit them for fine cuisine too. Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace Hotel at St. Moritz Switzerland is offering a luxury pop-up dining experience inside the top of the mountains for the first time ever, taking your skiing experience to the next level.

Until 7 January 2018 Badrutt's Palace Hotel is inviting residents and visitors alike to indulge in the grand menu of Nobu's culinary creations up high away from the crowds at the top of the mountains at 2,486 metres above sea level. >>

Related: Scale up your skiing with a trip to L'Apogée Courchevel

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Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace in St. Moritz is one of only seven Matsuhisa restaurants worldwide, created by renowned chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa. Known as Nobu, his cuisine fuses traditional Japanese dishes with Peruvian influences, creating exceptionally tasty dishes including yellow tail jalapeño, rock shrimp tempura, and new style salmon sashimi. The exclusive Matsuhisa menu will be served in bento boxes to further enhance the novel and refreshing experience.

No need to bring your skis with you when you dine, as taking care of the transport to the venue is mountain railway team Bergbahnen Engadin St. Moritz Mountains, who've partnered up with the Badrutt's Palace team. It's without a doubt the best way to take in the beauty and serenity of the Swiss Alps high up at night so book in to celebrate Christmas the luxe way.

Related: Spice up your brunch with Nobu Shoreditch's new Sunday menu

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* Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace Hotel pop up restaurant