One of the architectural focal points of the Old Town waterfront, this floridly decorated guild house provides an authentic medieval setting in which to sample reasonably priced local fare (the guild's origins can be traced back to 1341). Lake fish with steamed new potatoes or pastetli (meat pies with puff pastry) are worthy local options. The interior is woody and publike; in summer the small first-floor balcony or the airy cobblestone riverside arcade provides one of the best seats in town.
Sep 1, 2010
Outstanding regional cuisine in a unique setting. Service was excellent. If weather permits, strongly encourage dining on the balcony.