Like in Spain, the tapas are displayed at the bar here, where you can choose and order to have them served only minutes later to your rustic table (5.60 per tapa). The assortment is classical - from albondigas (meatballs) to tortillas, croquettas and boquerones (anchovies). We really liked the puro de cabra, a goat cheese that is served as a portion (17Sfr.). Finish off with a carajillo (coffee with brandy). In summer, try to get one of the few outdoor tables - best for watching the hustle and bustle in Niederdorf.