The Kulm Hotel in St. Moritz has announced that three-star Michelin chef Mauro Colagreco will be taking over the hotel’s K restaurant for the winter season.

Bringing his innovative creations to St. Moritz, the chef will draw upon his life’s influences – his Italian ancestry, childhood in Argentina and extensive training with top chefs in Paris, including Bernard Loiseau and Alain Ducasse – but will also serve up dishes that reflect the hotel’s surroundings, so diners can sample some spectacular dishes that use local Alpine ingredients.

The Kulm is also offering an accommodation package that includes a sweet treat on arrival, a tasting menu dinner for two at The K by Mauro Colagreco and overnight accommodation followed by a breakfast buffet.

“We are very pleased to welcome back Mauro Colagreco, one of the most successful chefs in the world, to the hotel,” commented Heinz E. Hunkeler, General Manager at Kulm Hotel St. Moritz. “In March 2017, we had the honour of Mauro doing a month-long pop-up to help us launch the Kulm Country Club, but this time around he will be with us for most of the winter season. We are very excited by his plans for the K – our guests are in for a treat when they sample the taste explosions on their plates.”

Colagreco is currently the best chef in the world, while his restaurant Mirazur in Menton holds the top position in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Colagreco will be personally present at the Kulm Hotel on certain dates, while his Chef de Cuisine, Paloma Boitier, will be in charge of the kitchen. Boitier is a fellow Argentine who has worked for Mirazur for almost five years; as well as being an essential member of the kitchen team, she is also the restaurant’s in-house artist.