Stepping in here is like going back to a Swiss restaurant of the fifties - and a really likeable one too. Here, you won’t be rushed off to maximise the revenue on the table. Even on a busy night, playing cards or jassen as the Swiss say is not just tolerated but welcomed. And the food is good too. The menu sports Swiss dishes like rösti and cordon bleu - but many people come here for the filet (beef or horse) served on a hot stone. The meat is of high quality and the homemade sauces that come with it are smooth and tasty. If only the salad dressing kept up with the rest. If you want to stay true to the theme, finish off with an Appenzeller, a Swiss herbal liqueur.