About us - quality baking since 1903
The name Weber has been synonymous with the image of the village of Davos for three generations. Our great-grandfather Alfons Weber bought the bakery in the village of Davos in 1903 and his two sons Alfons and Walter also learned the baker’s trade.
In 1931, to coincide with the construction of the Parsenn funicular railway, the Weber Bakery/Patisserie in Davos was extended to include a café-restaurant. The construction of two shops in 1954 increased the available space once again.
After the death of our great-grandfather, his son Walter was finally able to take over the bakery from the community of heirs on 1 October 1958. During this period, Davos evolved into a holiday destination, health resort and sporting and congress centre.
Business flourished. On 1 July 1985 Ruth and Walter Weber Frehner finally took over the business into its 3rd generation.
We are very happy that the 4th generation with Adrian Rolf and Corina Weber are all undergoing training in the catering and hotel sector. We see ourselves as a service business in which the wellbeing of our customers takes pride of place. We take care to deliver a courteous service, whether in the restaurant or the shop.
Renovation work and extensions since 1985
- 1986 new interior décor for the café
- 1990 shop
- 1991 bakery patisserie
- 1995/1996 café-restaurant, shop, kitchen, buffet. Extension bakery/patisserie and building equipment, central heating and heat recovery system
- 1998 insulation and new coat of paint for business premises -2001 new sales wing
- 2002 minor renovation work café-restaurant acquisition of personnel quarters
- 2004 new deck oven 25 m2
- 2006 alteration work café restaurant and extension with bar
- 2009/10 optimisation heat recovery system with an integrated cooling system . The aim is to generate all the heat energy and hot water required for the entire building including the six flats. Approx. 670 Kw/24 hrs., corresponding to approx. 67 l heating oil . Additional oil-powered heating rated at 48 Kw will only be required for a few days in winter during extended cold spells.