Celebrating 20 years in 2017, this institution is much more charming than your average hotel restaurant. Hidden away from the street, you'll find beautiful wooden pillars inside stretching up to the high ceiling of the large hall. The classical décor and open-plan kitchen where Italian chefs man a wood-fired pizza oven make one wonder for a moment if they've travelled south of the Swiss border. The white-collared staff are friendly and professional and the food is delicious, homemade and fresh. We loved the simple starter salad, which offered a bouquet of flavours, and the chef's pizza. There's no outdoor seating here, but it's perfect for a rainy day or if you want to escape the sun. Given its popularity it's worth calling ahead to book a table.