This review is on the restaurant part only.
Wysses Rossli is one of the typical semi-upper class restaurants in Switzerland. It looks very neat and classic with fancy menus on the card up to almost 100 Swiss Francs (that is about 100 USD), but the majority of the dishes are straightforward and far from haute cuisine.
The trout cooked in salt crust was fairly good although it still had a lot of bones for a filet. The veal stripes Schwyzer style with rösti were OK, although the veal was a bit on the tough side.
The service was very staccato without much smile as I would expect in Switzerland. The bill too was on par with expectations: 80 Swiss Francs.
OK, but not a first league player.
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