As "la chasse", the game season has just opened we decided to try out the offerings at a local restaurant. It was packed when we arrived at 7.30 p.m.; our order was taken quickly, but we had to wait over an hour for the dishes to be served - the manager kept apologising, saying there was a lot of garnish to prepare. Well, there is always a wait for chasse but up to now I've only experienced a wait of 30 to 40 minutes... Fortunately when the meal came (after we'd eaten all the bread and almost finished the wine), there was nothing to complain about, it was absolutely delicious, meat that melted like butter, parsnip purée, mushrooms, lentils, poached pear, poached apple, chestnut purée, carrots, home-made spätzli, copious and beautifully set out on the plate. More apologies came with dessert, and a free limoncello.
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