For us the main attraction, as usual, is the food.
You won’t get better tapas than the selection of ‘house snacks’ and sharing dishes prepped under the watchful eye of Michelin starred chef Yoann Caloué.
Start light with something from the house “snack menu” such as an assortment of mini-bruschetta or black olive tapenade and toasts (CHF10) or salmon rillettes and toast (CHF12), before moving onto some of the tasting sharing dishes in town.
We think their beef tartar is the best in town served with creamy burrata – CHF16.
The chicken nems with salad and mint (CHF22) are to die for, as are the mozzarella and tomato stuffed rice balls (arancini) – 5 pieces (CHF12).
A nice surf and turf option is the calamarettis and Iberian chorizo – very yummy.