With its magnificent Renaissance-inspired facade, this airy guildhall, with whitewashed woodwork and leaded-glass windows looking out to the Fraumünster, remains a lovely dining spot. The Zunft-Saal (guildhall) is a pinewood showpiece, which greatly outshines the main restaurant—a rather dull Biedermeier room. The kitchen offers seasonal dishes such as fillet of perch in almond butter with spinach, or veal stuffed with local smoked bacon and served with potato mousse
and seasonal vegetables. To drink in the impressive architecture, opt for outside tables on the edge of the cobblestone square in warm weather.