Long walk up a very steep hill. Reasonable food, my fondue wasn't very substantial, but it was so salty I struggled to finish it. To be fair my wife had a great salad, and my son had a great children's pasta. Wine servings were very small and the price was steep-ish. Not great VFM.
It was clear that all the French speaking/local people were put on the entrance floor, and English speakers / tourists were put in the damp smelling cellar, so that kind of 'dining-apartheid' made me resentful too.
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