Centuries ago this was the meeting point for the guild of bakers, millers and sailors. Today this co-operative is where Swiss people come to eat Swiss food. They have all the classic Swiss dishes geschnetzeltes with rösti, chögelipastetli (called Fritschi-Paschtete here), cordon bleu and home-made fondue and raclette. Vegetarian options are available as are snack platters with meats and cheeses and typical Swiss pear bread to share. Its authentic, rustic interior makes for a cosy evening. On a summer's day you may opt for one of the tables on the balcony or to sit on the riverside terrace whilst watching everyday Lucerne life happen around you.