Entering the Kornhauskeller is akin to entering a cathedral, except that the stunning vaulted ceilings and frescoes are underground and the lounge-bar in the gallery stocks an incredible array of whiskeys, rums, and bourbons. The building has focused on food throughout its long life, first as a wine cellar/granary, then as a beer hall, now as a classy, popular restaurant where Italian dishes like buffalo mozzarella crostini and lemon risotto with king prawns share the
menu with Swiss dishes, including a regal Bernerplatte.
Jul 1, 2002
The food was fine, just not exceptional. The atmosphere is very nice - they did an excellent job with the remodel. Quite pricey for what you get.