Everything was perfect. Nice and quick delivery service. We tried potato soup, dumping cheese soup, duck in orange sauce, steak, schnitzel and beer. All was perfect. 3 person 65eur was fair enough
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Duck breast with red cabbage and rosti, roast pork with with mushroom sauce, noodles and grilled vegetables. So good and even better when it's -15 outside. Perfect refuge from the cold. Gluhwein, coffee warmed us up too. Nice decor and traditional, in a building that's...More
This restaurant serves tasty traditional food ! We ordered potato cream soup-Wien schnitzel (served with boiled potatoes and green salad ) and Wien sausages with fries ! Everything was delicious! Not expensive at all! I recommend it!!!
We had a fabulous meal here on a chilly, rainy night in September. Rick Steves had rated it highly in his guidebook, and he was right! The portions are huge- I wound up getting the children's turkey plate- just the right size. The ambience is...More
Went there on a Monday night and managed to get a table to ourselves. As it was a former salt warehouse and then a brewery and inn, the space with its vaulted ceiling and traditional furnishings was very cosy and inviting. My friend had a...More
We visit in Sunday afternoon. It took us not long (about 10 minutes) to get the table but we had share our table with another 2 Koreans. Food and beer were nice. Fair service. Payment is only by cash.
Looking for a nice place to have dinner we walked by this place and it was packed so we figured the food could be bad to we walked in. The place was full so the offered us a place on a 8 person table close...More
May be the little town is overwhelmed by tourists and every restaurant is packed during lunch. Sharing table is so common in this restaurant and waitresses are too busy to take care each of you. Need to wait for long time to get order n...More