We had a 24 hr layover in Munich and went prepared to make the most of it. Beer gardens, pretzels, sausages during the day followed by fine dining at night! We chose this restaurant based on a review in the NYTimes. The restaurant is located in a great area just outside the old town. The space is nice- very welcoming and comfortable. The menu was very nice- very different from the typical Munich menu. It was a bit challenging for a vegetarian, but able to be accommodated with a delicious melt-in-your-mouth gnocci with fresh mozzarella and basil!
With this said, the service was terrible. When we arrived, there was only 1 other table. We waited almost 10 minuted to get a glass of wine! Allin all-we were there almost 2 hrs. We needed to go to the bar once to get wine and once pulled in another server. We sat with finished dishes in front of us for about 20 minutes.
No one likes to be rushed, but the salad plates were not even cleared as they served us dinner. If this were an inexpensive restaurant, one is more willing to not let this bother them. But it was not. Our bill was 120 euros: no appetizers (although we did have a small salad), nor dessert or coffee.
Maybe this was an off night, but it was off enough that we would never return, nor recommend.
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