The food is very good and based on the local cuisine with a sympathetic update. The atmosphere is smart casual but with a well dressed crowd as it is based on the hotel which is a tad formal. I ate there several times over the course of a week and most days the service was excellent, although on the odd night when Mr Werner was not on, it was slow. The food portions are large so you don't (or can't) eat more than one course unless you are really hungry...or share. The raclette night is fabulous and if you love cheese, it is a must but if you don't: do not go.
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