The restaurant itself is very nice, halfway downstairs, somewhat like a cellar with vaulted ceilings.
The service was correct. However the food was expensive for what we had (taking into account the cost of the ingrédients):- The "Chapelbridge Röschti" Swiss hash browns (over-cooked and dry) with bacon, tomato and a fried egg" for CHF26 and the other meal:- home-made pork sausage with an onion sauce and rösti also for CHF26. To top it all, the cheapest open red wine cost CHF32.50 for 5dl!. With 2 coffees on top, we paid CHF100 with the tip included (as the waitress did her job well)
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