We might not have gone during peak season so i am not sure how this large place fills in in the summer.
One of three or four table that night in a place which must have 80. We were greeted pleasantly and seated fast. the large place was vacuous with no other patron in our sight.
Had an old stand by Veal Schnitzel. Nice size and well done. Was tender and juicy. the fried Bries was a nice surprise with several smaller balls well fried and gooey as they should be.
Service was formal and spotless. A nice chatty server who kept us libated and paced dinner well. I think his name was Bob.
truffle fries were not as good as at the top of the mountain.
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