This old-fashioned eatery first flung open its doors in 1937, and little has changed since then. The fancifully painted woodwork on the doors and along the ceiling conjure up the Old Country. Rösti (grated potatoes with bacon and cheese) and three kinds of fondue, including a tasty version with ripe tomatoes, are among the traditional Swiss options. The kitchen also offers three-course meals, as well as sandwiches and other light fare. You may want to fast-forward
to dessert, as the glass case is filled with eye-popping pastries. On a nice day the front terrace is a great people-watching spot.