We visited this gem of a place because its setting next to the castle on a rainy dark night was so atmospheric and charming. We chose the top terrace which was outside but covered. I ordered Lavaret (whitefish) which was perfectly cooked. Portion size is adequate but not massive, so you may want to order a side if you are starving. This is a quite place in September, and in the darkness is quite a romantic spot. There are quite a few stone steps and it is located on a pebble street with a hill, so may not suit less agile folk.
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