Villa Schweizerhof, formerly known as Hausermatte, is hidden away in a lakeside housing complex and thus remains a well-kept secret. This old villa was formerly the summer residence of a famous local family and used to be surrounded by an equestrian show jumping race course. If arriving by car, drive up to the gates, which will open automatically for you. If on foot, press the buzzer and enter through the pedestrian gate. Walk past a series of ugly yellow and grey hexagonal apartment blocks and follow the signs for the villa, which has substantially more charm than the surrounding buildings and incredible views of the lake and mountains. The restaurant celebrates local cuisine using regional ingredients and Chef Marcel Ineichen, known for his love of herbs, has his own herb garden on the grounds. We ate the chef's salad and homemade bread as a starter, followed by the fish of the day snatched fresh from the lake which included sides of homemade pasta, sauce and vegetables. The portions were not too big but large enough and the flavours were simply epic. The climax of the experience was the vanilla pumpkin crisp dessert, which was sensational. Service was professional and down-to-earth, adding to the already relaxed atmosphere at this special place.