We went here with several of my husband's work colleagues and our 3 year old daughter. I loved the sturdy old wood tables and benches, and the decor/atmosphere felt like a piece of history. The waitstaff was friendly and not bothered about us waiting for several other colleagues to arrive before ordering our food. Great sense of humor and bantering with the guests made it fun. They several vegetarian options available. i had a dish of mushrooms in cream sauce that was delicious and full of flavor. My husband's turkey schnitzel was well-cooked. They were also willing to make a child's portion of kasespaetzle for my little girl, which we really appreciated.