The wood panelling on the ceiling and the walls give this old tavern a genuinely rustic atmosphere and the cuisine on offer is probably best described as modern and refined Swiss. We chose the five-course meal and it proved to be an excellent decision. Everything was carefully prepared, be it the tuna tartar on guacamole, the porcini mushroom soup with tender venison or the homemade tagliolini pasta with clams. However, the highlight of the meal was the perfectly delicate beef fillet served with a fortified wine sauce. Most of these dishes can also be ordered à la carte with other traditional local favourites like geschnezeltes with rösti (sliced meat with hash browns) or meat loaf. We had a splendid evening, made even better by both the friendly service and the wine selection.