The menu at the small and stylish Gamper usually only features a few dishes as everything here is reduced to the basics. And that's definitely a good thing. The sweetbread with onion compote was a delight for the taste buds and the same can be said of the egg with gorgonzola, our other starter. The cheese was nearly a foam and tasted heavenly, while the local asparagus main course arrived crisp, just as we like it, and smothered in hollandaise sauce. The rhubarb mixed with a kind of meringue was the perfect finish to a delightful meal and the service was professional and attentive. The young team at Gamper certainly knows how to cook with seasonal, local ingredients and the use of a charcoal grill, which we could smell at our table, was a nice touch. No reservations possible.