No other Swiss chef and restaurateur offers their guests such a diverse range of gastronomic options as Andreas Caminada. Yet everything the seasoned V-ZUG ambassador does seems a natural and coherent progression, whether it’s his latest project – the vegetarian restaurant “Oz” in Fürstenau, his world famous “Schloss Schauenstein” with its 19 GaultMillau points and 3 Michelin stars, or the “Igniv” restaurants in Bad Ragaz, Bangkok, St. Moritz and Zurich.
The key prerequisite for achieving the aesthetics, atmosphere and culinary perfection that Andreas Caminada always strives to achieve is, he tells us, “focusing on your own strengths”. You have to have courage and also a certain amount of self-discipline to “go your own way and not be distracted from your goals,” the Graubünden native says. Following your own path makes you unique, gives you a clear identity, and also allows you to develop your “own world of taste”, he continues. What drives Andreas Caminada is creating things that he believes in.