You only go back because of tradition, you don't go for the food.
The veggies are all frozen, the bread is white sliced bag bread, the schnitzel (most likely frozen also) is mediocre at best. But it's been open forever and no one gets sick...so that's a positive?!
The decor is dusty, all from the 70's & 80's (so don't go putting your lips on the horn if you know what I mean).
But the beer is cold and varied, the atmosphere is lively and fun. It's close to the mountain and it's better than cooking after a long day of skiing (I guess).
Just order what they are know for....don't go ordering anything different as you will be disappointed.
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