As the name suggests, the Farmer's Inn in the old town is a rustic tavern. Wooden tables, panelled walls, and a huge painting of farmers plowing a field with own make for a country feel. The food on offer in this historic building is hearty and traditionally Swiss: meatloaf with mashed potatoes, bratwurst with rosti, cordon bleu or beef liver to name a few.
From Sun to Wed you're allowed to play cards ( jassen as the Swiss say) after dinner.
At the Holy Cow they sell quite a choice of burgers, all fast-food style. You order and pay at the counter, the food is then , and the brought to your table when it's ready. Listen out for your number being called, so you make sure you get the burgers you actually ordered. The Elvis blue cheese burger we got was tasty, with a distinct blue cheese taste and nicely cooked meat. The bun was a little floppy though, we'd have preferred it toasted. Nevertheless a good choice for a quick, inexpensive burger - very popular with students and the like.