Nix is housed in a building from the 15th century next to River Limmat and serves Swiss cuisine with freshly prepared local ingredients, sometimes with an Austrian touch. A handful of menu deals are available for lunch (for around 20Sfr) that are presented on a big blackboard, which is rolled up to your table. We chose the cheese and leek patty with a creamy cheese sauce, beluga lentils, assorted veggies and chanterelles that certainly put a smile on our face. In the evening some mains are also available including meat, local fish and a few vegetarian options. They also serve flammkuchen (a kind of Alsatian pizza). In short, Nix is a good choice for refined local cuisine in a dignified, yet relaxed atmosphere.