Cresta Run was renovated earlier this year, and the result is Alpine chic. I loved the decor which I thought was tasty. And so does this part of the Engadine think, too, as it has been quite impossible to get a reservation as the place is always fully booked. However, we managed to get in on a Saturday and were warmly welcomed by the owner, with whom we'd made the reservation earlier that day over the phone and who remembered our difficult Dutch name. Our waitress Katarina was very friendly and had a good sense of humor. She made a good wine suggestion and was very patient with our table, that took a little time deciding on their dinner. The menu is interesting and offers a lot of choice, especially in the pizza department. My pizza crust could've been a little more crunchy but it was nice and thin and the pizza tasted delicious. Other foods on our table were also of good quality and portions are more than sufficient.
Price are on the same level as other, similar Engadine restaurants. The restaurant offers free parking. The restaurant can be a little loud if it is full and you also needn't worry you'll be cold. Reservations are recommended. They also have a Sfr.15 lunch menu during the week. All in all an excellent addition to the Celerina restaurants and certainly worth another visit.