This is clearly more of a drinking hole than a restaurant. This is the blue-collar, low-key neighbour to the much nicer Ringgenberg, but it isn't bad by any measure. Classic "brasserie" dishes of "Croûte au fromage", Spaghetti bolognaise, soup, or local Wurst are on offer. The beer menu appears longer and more diverse than its food equivalent, but it's all served with good humour, hot, and inexpensive. It'll probably never make it to the restaurant guidebooks, but it's a decent place, with honest food, and a relaxed, good-natured atmosphere.
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