We ate here because it was close to our hotel. The service and the food were quite good. The wine is rather expensive - there are no cheap options to choose from. The food is also a little too pricy for what you get. I had the cheese fondue, which was very tasty. The downsides were that the cheese was a little thin and it only came with bread, even though we ordered the "meal" version. Some veggies would have been nice! Our friend had pasta which he said was good. We had started with the snails for an appetizer, and you only get 6 with three tiny pieces of pumpernickel bread, and they looked canned. I'd eat here again for the fondue, but maybe only as an appetizer next time.
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