This is a terrific place to go to for a non-touristy look at swiss dining. There are many different authentic swiss dishes, such as roesti, cordon bleu, aargauer braten, and others. We have been here around 10 times so far and have never been disappointed. Although the people are extremely friendly and helpful, it is at least useful to speak at least a little German if you or someone in your party is not swiss. The prices are modest by swiss standards and the portions are generous. Definitely worth going to if you are in the area! (Also note, not very practical to reach without a car.)
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