Although I don’t remember exactly what we ate at the time, but the impression was very good. By the way, I ate salad and soup. The hotel is located opposite the Central Station, and the station building can be seen from the window. The specialty in this shop is Gratin, a French practice. It is usually baked by mixing bread crumbs, cheese crumbs, eggs and butter. By the way, my friend ate this. The taste should be good. The per capita consumption is about 30 Swiss francs, which is acceptable to most tourists. There is also a bar downstairs where you can have a drink after dinner. There are no big tables in the store, so at most six or seven people can go together.