This simple, bright, chalet-style restaurant with traditional wood-clad walls transports its guests straight from the city to the Alps. It's an absolute must for all cheese fans.  Alongside such popular local staples as Alpine macaroni (baked with lots of potatoes), meat fondues, and crispy rösti potato dishes, there are lots of raclette and fondue options. Our favorite is the "Farmers Fondue," with cheese, bacon, and cherry brandy.  The wine menu is exclusively Swiss and broken down by cantons—most are available by the glass as well as the bottle. In summer months, you can eat outside, on the cobbled pavements of Niederdorf, the city’s pedestrian-only medieval quarter. At the end of your meal, as a finishing touch, the bill is presented inside a music box.