Anywhere else, this restaurant would probably rank lower, but given the dearth of available dining options in the area beyond the burger and fries, it's a reasonable choice for the area.
Lake views are spectacular, if you are lucky to get one of the many seats by the windows. Generally the decor is "piney" walls and furniture - sort of chalet style, but unfortunately the seats are not the most comfy.
The menu is somewhat limited. We had a bit of an education on Swiss food, and realized that the Swiss do indeed have a unique cuisine (this is not Swiss Chalet. We started with a Greek and a house salad. Both were excellent. The Greek salad had no romaine, but was good enough to have my wife jotting down the ingredients.They do offer many different variations of schnitzel. Not being too familiar with this dish, I had the basic wiener schnitzel and a side of gravy. It came with great veggies, lightly cooked asparagus on top a root vegetable medley. My wife was seduced by the description of house produced bratwurst. While the schnitzel was okay, it reminded me too much of the breaded "mystery meat" I was served in my university dormitory. The bratwurst was decidedly underwhelming, the main spice seemed to be salt.
Draft beers are on tap, but only imported or domestic lagers were available, so hop heads will be disappointed.
As previous reviewers have noted, service was slow (kitchen problem?). The beer and salads came promptly, the wait for the mains was too long, and when delivered, cool, but acceptable. Our server, Samantha (?), was friendly and knowledgeable of the menu.
Would we return? Not likely, given 2 other venues near by that we regularly frequent, one with better libations and food, and one with similar food, but better beer and view.
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