The all-wood panelled walls make for a stately atmosphere in the refectory of the guild house Haue. Unsurprisingly, they serve traditional Swiss food here. The capuns, a pasta dough wrapped in leaves of white beef on a creamy sauce were tasty, the veal liver came very tender and the rösti crispy. The waiter was very attentive, just as it should be. And if you speak some Swiss, you might pick up the latest gossip from the city’s parliament from the politicians of the liberal party FDP who usually occupy the regulars’ table.