I took my daughter and great aunt here on a Wednesday evening having booked a table in advance. I'm so glad I did! This is quite a small and informal restaurant. Indeed the small room is called the restaurant and the larger one with the bar is called the café. There isn't really any difference between them in the evening. We went specifically for the fondue and there was plenty of choice there. You could also have raclette, salads, fish and meat. We chose the Moitié-Moitié fondue which is apparently half Gruyere and half Emmenthal. We also had a glass of Gamay, a green tea and a Coke Zero. Total cost including tip €80. If you visit this restaurant you have to expect it to be informal, noisy and a lot of fun. About 15-20 minutes after we were seated, some quite loud military music was being played. I was just wondering whether to ask them to turn it down, when one of the waiters appeared wearing a kepi and brandishing a Swiss flag. He proceeded to put the kepi on my head and handed me the flag while he brought the fondue and bread. All a surprise and very good fun. The fondue was lovely and, much to my astonishment, we did actually finish it although I didn't think we would. I admit that this is probably not the most romantic of venues, but for an authentic taste of Switzerland with a good dollop of laughs, you would find it hard to beat the Three Whistles!
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