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    Fritschi Restaurant: Foundue

    by alayres Updated Oct 25, 2006

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    The Fristschi restaurant is a very nice place to eat and it's located in the middle of the old town. It has a tipical swiss environment and we ate a very good chesse and meat foundues. This is a very good place if you are looking for foundues in switzerland, since they are typical from here.

    For desert, we asked for a chocolate foundue, but it was not very good, especially if we consider that we have the best chocolates in the wolrd around here.

    I recommend this restaurant, since the prices and location are good, and the food is very good. I just don't recommend the chocolocate foundue.

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    Kursaal casino: Kursaal casino

    by b1bob Updated Aug 16, 2006

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    Favorite Dish: The entree (I believe it was chicken) wasn't bad, but the Swiss fondue is what stands out as best. The service was good, the food was fine, and the folklore show was a hit. There is no reason for Kursaal to earn anything less than an A.

    Kursaal Casino classic Swiss fondue
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    restaurant TOUTOU: Eat as much as you can

    by juzz Written Jul 31, 2006

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    The Place is very nice, in modern style inside but there are also some tables in the street. The food is vietnamese and you can take as much as you can eat from the buffet for 24.50 CHF per person

    Favorite Dish: What I liked more is chicken with pine apple

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    Beck: Nice bread

    by Applelyn Updated Jun 12, 2006

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    It was the aroma of the bread that lead me there. I bought 2 bread, one with cheese and ham and another with tomatoes. I love bread and could live on bread only and their breads are goooooood....

    Favorite Dish: Cheese and Ham Cross. They are soft and the cheese is yummy.

    Beck Cookies Breads
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    Mt Pilatus: Restaurant with a view

    by rcsparty Written Jun 12, 2006

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    There are two choices of restaurants at the top of Mt Pilatus. One is more of a cafeteria self serve style. Both are fine for a quick lunch and beer with a great view. From the cafeteria style restaurant, you may get to view the hang gliders trying to take off from the down slope.

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    Co-Op Restaurant: Cheap decent lunch at the Co-Op

    by jbreweral2or Written May 23, 2006

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    After spending CHF105 at a pub for dinner the night before, we decided that a cheaper lunch was in order. If the main point of your trip to Switzerland is culinary sampling, then this is probably not for you. However, if you're on a budget, give the restaurant at the Luzern Co-Op department store a try. For around CHF15, I got a swiss steak with gravy and sides, a dessert, and drink. It was similar to an Ikea restaurant, but the quality was much better. It's a perfect stop if you're doing a lot of shopping.

    Favorite Dish: I only had the Swiss steak with peppercorn gravy, which was the special of the day. It was not gourmet, but very good nonetheless.

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    Emilio Cafeteria: Authentic Swiss

    by Gypsystravels Updated Mar 10, 2006

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    We found this cozy place while walking around Lucerne. Pasquale wanted me to sample a traditional winter Swiss meal and this place offered it on the menu. The location is central on a small street. Inside you will find that it is very small and cozy and the tables are very close together.

    Favorite Dish: You must try the Ailpermakronen - its a pasta and cheese dish with a drizzling of fried onions - served with side of applesace. Delicious!!

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    Try the hot chocolate

    by juniperjune Written Dec 29, 2005

    I found a local pub that was opened on a Sunday night. I ordered something I thought was a coffee. OH MY GOD! Ok, it was more like a hot chocolate, but I have NEVER IN MY LIFE TASTED SOMETHING SOOOOO GOOD! The Swiss are known for their chocolate, and you have to have one!

    Favorite Dish: Hot chocolate / coffee

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    Wirtshaus Taube: Get local in a cozy restaurant

    by barrikello Written Jul 20, 2005

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    This restaurant by the river Reuss is a nice place with woodden tables and a cozy atmosphere. The 'Dove restaurant' is a trendy place with local specialties - many dishes are meat based, so you'd better not be a vegetarian.

    Favorite Dish: I had a cold dish with some local sliced cold meat (speck, salami and ham) and local cheese (emmenthal of course). Another dish we took was hot sausages with a cabbage base and mashed potatoes.

    witshaus taube
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    Local specialities

    by Oris Written Mar 29, 2005

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    Local specialities to keep an eye out for are led by the celebrated Luzerner Kügelipastete – many Old Town restaurants spell it out in dialect along the lines of Lozärner Chögalipaschtetli, also often prefixed by ächti (authentic). This heartwarming, stomach-lining dish is a glorified vol-au-vent, a large puff-pastry shell filled with a super-rich concoction of diced veal and mushrooms in a creamy sauce – veggie versions omitting the veal aren’t hard to find. Otherwise, fish is the thing, in endless varieties: you’ll see Forellen (trout), Egli (perch), Felchen (a kind of white fish) and Hecht (pike) on most menus, virtually all of it plucked fresh from the lake – as witnessed by the stalls groaning with finny gogglers in the twice-weekly Old Town markets.

    Wash it all down either with a Kaffee fertig, a coffee laced with Schnapps, or a Kafi Luz, traditionally seen in Canton Luzern outside the city but nowadays easy to find in the Old Town cafés. The right way to make one is to put a five-franc coin in a vase-shaped glass, pour hot coffee in until you can’t see the coin, then add Schnapps until the coin becomes visible again. Stir in two large spoons of sugar, and you have the perfect farmers’ pick-me-up.

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    street vendour

    by Oris Written Mar 29, 2005

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    Luzern has a fine range of eating and drinking venues covering all budgets – the crowded, generic places that are in plain view tend to be least interesting, but a small amount of backstreet searching will turn up plenty of more rewarding places.

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    I don't remember!: A nice place at Old Town!

    by Hosell Updated Nov 25, 2004

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    During my time in Lucerne,I didn't had any meals in the city,we had a nice lunch in our way from Munich to Lucerne.Visiting the old town,our guide told us that the nice house that you can see on the picture is a nice place to eat in the old town and with very reasonable prices.The only thing that I know is that is a good buffet and is located at Painters Quarter just next to the riverside.Then I can't remember the name,sorry about that,but you won't find another house like that in Lucerne's Old Town!.

    Favorite Dish: But I know a nice place also in the old town!.If you just want a snack or a piece of cake or pastry and a coffe,then I know a good place,it is named CAFE EMILIO and is located in the city center close to the lakefront.I had a huge appel cake and a capuchino coffe for about 7 Euros,not too expensive with prices in Switzerland!.

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    Heini Cafe-Confiserie: Heini: breakfast and snacks

    by call_me_rhia Updated Dec 23, 2003

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    heini is a great place for breakfasts if you are into enjoying huge pieces of cake. Normally you can get simple breakfasts from the restaurant hall itself, but if it's a slice of cake you want, you will have to buy it from the shop and bring it yourself to your table
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    Favorite Dish: All sorts of cakes are delicious, especially the raspberry pie. It's also possible to oder sandwiches and have a snack/lunch: do so and order a coke... see the little jug in the picture? Theey brought it to us filled with freshly-squeezed lemon juice! I wonder what happened to te old traditional slice of lemon

    lemon juice, not slice!

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    restaurant fritschi

    by call_me_rhia Updated Dec 20, 2003

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    Located inside a strangely decorated house (demons, not turn-of-the-century frescos), you can find this traditional swiss restaurant specializing in... potatoes! Rösti to be more precise, actually, which are boiled-grated-fried (in that order) potatoes - and they are delicious!

    Favorite Dish: Rösti everything: from the traditional ones with an egg on top (spiegelei) or with ham (schinken) or zürich-style with meat. There are also more creative rösti compositions, but I believe that the traditional ones are the best

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    Hotel Albana - Weggis: Dining with a Superb View

    by keeweechic Updated Oct 15, 2003

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    The Panorama Restaurant in the hotel has a wonderful view of Lake Lucerne and Weggis.
    They serve a menu of home-made pasta, locally obtained meat, fish and vegetables from the Weggis market-gardens. You can also treat yourself to hand-made pralinès, creative desserts and ice-creams .

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