Right on the Niederdorf's main square, Hirschenplatz, this squeaky-clean Swiss-kitsch restaurant has an airy, modern decor, with Alpine-rustic chairs. It serves good home-cooked national specialties: Geschnetzeltes, Rösti, Leberli, bratwurst, schnitzel, and battered fish with french fries and tartar sauce—the gang's all here. An added attraction if you're visiting in summer: fondue and raclette, usually winter dishes, are served year-round. Excellent lunch menus are
rock-bottom cheap and served double quick. There's outdoor seating on the cobblestone pedestrian square in warm weather.