i would go for the 'burnt grandmother^desert any time, a winter specialty. meat can be heavy, ask for low salt ...
We had a great meal. The Stroganoff and liver dishes was fresh and filling. Be sure to order the local wine. It was very good but unknown to the outside world because the Swiss produced only enough to be consumed locally.
The food was very tasty and well prepared, and the restaurant area itself is in atrium with many flowers hanging from highers floors, sound of fountain and singing birds, very romantic :).
We ate there as part as a one-night package at the Atrium Hotel. The menu was not very attractive, with rather heavy fare and limited menu options, none of them vegetarian. The service was distracted and repeatedly ignored my eating allergies. But the food was lovely presented, with surprising delicacies such as pickled whole walnuts, and the decor is absolutely... More
Just average, slightly over priced.Lots of venison mains which limited our choice as this was not in our food group. Very busy on Friday and Saturday night.
I was treated to a wonderful and relaxing day by a very good friend. After spending 2hrs at a thermal bath and spa next door, we made our way to this very charming restaurant. Upon entering you are in a beautiful Atrium with luscious plants and beautiful fountain. The restaurant spans a few floors each table situated along the banister... More
i heard it must be excellent
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