Arrived to a very busy restaurant. The main room was fairly full with groups and was very loud. The smaller room full of kitchen smells. Cream of fennel soup was very creamy, but didn't taste of fennel. The 'Maultaschen' were the best I have ever eaten. The 'Spätzle' didn't seem to have any basel or tomatoes as promised on the menu. The service was friendly, yet didn't wait for us to leave the table to relay it for the next sitting.
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