Came here with local residents who knew about it. The place is a campground in a forest, and it's very lovely.
The food is good, traditional Swiss or French dishes. Most of us ordered rosti, which are basically hash browns with other ingredients on /in them. Others of us ordered croute au fromage, which is basically thick bread laid in a dish, covered with cheese, and broiled until the cheese melts. Everyone said their food was quite good. We drank a bottle of wine and another of still water during dinner and had coffee afterwards; the total bill for 7 of us came to about 200 Swiss francs, so just under 30 francs per person.
It you're looking for a quieter spot with traditional Swiss food that is well-prepared, this could be just what you're looking for.
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