Switzerland is currently caught between a rock and a hard place. Through no fault of the average restauranteur, the Swiss franc has gone through the roof requiring your average foreign punter to arrange a mortgage before he goes anywhere half decent to eat.
And La Rotisserie is certainly "half-decent", if not better than that, but really, they should do something about their prices, even if only for Johnny Foreigner. A fillet steak with all the trimmings at SF45: that's Ritz prices,. A very small Kir Royale at SF15 is over the top, and selling a bottle of local plonk for SF29 when the same stuff is readily available in the supermarket, 20 meters away, for SF7, takes "mark-up" to a new level.
The place itself, with its ambience, the mix of Swiss and tourists, the national and international options avaibale on the menu are all fine, but for us, as a family of 4, eating and drinking modestly, to come away with a bill of SF250 is just ridiculous. Either the prices are modified downwards, or they will go out of business. It's as simple as that.
Would love to go back and enjoy, but the way the Swiss economy is going the only thing to remain affordable will be the view of the other guests wincing as they reach into their wallets.
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