Traditional Swiss fare with traditional Swiss entertainment.
The entree was Swiss cheese fondue. The bread seemed a little dry, but once dipped in the warm cheese, it was quite tasty. For the main course, we were treated to Swiss Bratwurst. It didn't seem to be a whole lot different to the German sausages. They were, however, quite tasty, as was the Swiss Chalet dessert of meringue with applesauce and strawberry ice cream.
The real feature of this place, though, was the entertainment: folk music, yodelling, alphorn-blowing, and flag-throwing (that one was new to me!). All, of course, were presented by people dressed in national costume.