The restaurant looks charming from the outside, and inside it has the feel of a large but cozy mountain hunting cabin. I know it says they're vegetarian-friendly, but if you don't like seeing taxidermied birds and horned animal heads all around you, this isn't the place for you.
We were a party of four at 7:30 on a Friday night, only 3 or so other groups in the restaurant. Our server was very attentive and offered the non-German speakers menus in English.
I had the Spanish pork in a mustard crust with potato fritter and artichoke shavings. The pork was a shade tough but still very good, and both sauces on the plate were divine. The vegetarian member of our party had the truffle pasta, which he said was tasty, but was essentially pasta in a truffle sauce with truffle shavings on top--no veggies.
As others have said, this restaurant is not a $ price point, but it's also not a rip-off. For four of us it was 300 Euros, and that was four meals, two cocktails, two beers, two bottles of wine, and four desserts. Certainly not an every week (or even every month) option, but nice for special occasions.
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