Located only steps from the Swiss border on a quiet street, Papageno offers a high level of cuisine combining French technique with local favorites. I started my meal with the goose liver terrine appetizer, served with a peppery gelée and pickled cherries. This was really delicious, among the best fois gras terrines I have eaten. My main course was the zander (pike perch), with capers and diced tomatoes, accompanied by fingerling potatoes, onion rings, and spinach. In between these courses, a delicious ball of basil ice cream was served as a palate cleanser. The menu offers 6-7 appetizers and soups, two main course fish dishes, and four main course meat dishes. There was a good selection of local wines by the glass. Service was friendly and efficient. Papageno met my expectations of a fine dining restaurant, and although not inexpensive, was overall a good value for the quality of the dishes served. I would gladly return on my next trip to the area.
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