The most ambitious of the city's many Zunfthaus dining places, this fine restaurant is also the most spectacular, combining a wooden barrel-vaulted ceiling and 30-foot beams. Slick modern improvements—including a glassed-in elevator—manage to blend intelligently with the ancient decor and old-world chandeliers. Innovative entrées might include lobster-coconut bisque with dried prawns and mangoes, or sautéed goose liver. The river views are especially impressive at night; ask for a window table. The ground-floor bar also offers light lunch refreshments.