GaultMillau-GourmetGrill BARGA

The name Barga comes from Romansh and means addition – shed. The architect and artist Keller from Orselina designed and built the restaurant in the year 1965. The exterior construction, as well as, the interior ceiling made of beams are from a stable in the [Bernese] Oberland.

The hardest job was the installation of the ceiling. Panels made of Swiss pine on walls and doors from the year 1683 decorate the room. The floor is laid in the finest handicraft with small, upright oak blocks originating from an old belfry (church tower). You can see the 3 picturesque coat of arms of the 3 leagues: Gotteshausbund [League of God’s House], Oberer oder Grauer Bund [Upper or Grey League] and Zehngerichtebund [League of the Ten Jurisdictions]. Both of the backs of the benches are constructed from the head and side panels of a 300-year-old bed.



Wrought iron grid dividers manufactured by artists from Northern Italy, separate both levels. For your protection and eternal happiness, Saint Martin, carved from wood and also the patron saint of Flims, is standing in an alcove.

Divine! Excellent!

Everybody says that about his kitchen. However, the double meaning applies only to a few. The GourmetGrill Barga is all the prouder of its excellent 15 GaultMillau points. We will gladly treat you to some fine food – our service team is ready to take your requests. Reservations are recommended.

Menu Winter

BARGA – Menu
Our wine card

Business hours
In the winter season from Wednesday to Sunday from 18.30.