This small, old town tavern combines gourmet cuisine with an excellent selection of wine. A unique menu is available that changes every week and you can order either four or six courses (4 courses around 110Sfr). The wild salmon starter on a watermelon-dill gazpacho was a refreshing flavour combination and the tomato salad with burrata cheese was topped with a remarkable vanilla-lemon emulsion. A tuna tartar with cucumber and wasabi foam was served before we received the highlight of the evening, black Angus beef with carrot purée. All in all, this is very imaginative cuisine that creates extraordinary flavours, which we thoroughly enjoyed. Isebähnli also has one of the largest collections of wine we know of. The Bordeauxs go back to the 1940s, but you'll also find Super Tuscans as well as bottles from Spain, Austria and farther afield. The wait staff are happy to offer advice, but bear in mind that all of this comes at a price. It is, however, completely worth the expense if you appreciate fine dining.