The building is an old armoury hall which now acts as a restaurant. It is decorated with weapons, armour, chandeliers and appropriate paintings which gives plenty of 'wow factor'
Some of the beer is local with soft options too. The menu contains many meat dishes and a remarkable number of sausage options. If you are content with a limited choice there are a couple of vegetarian options hidden inside too. The prices seemed pretty reasonable too so a good option if you are counting your francs.
We ate as part of a large group and I understand that everyone enjoyed the wide variety of sausages selected. The vegetarian 'capuns' were gratifyingly stodgy.
It is obviously aimed at the tourist market and the dishes not quite as authentic as out of town places, but just roll with it and enjoy it for what it is.
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