Had occasion to have lunch and dinner there. Lunch was good, and service was good. Goulash soup was excellent, fried escarot were tender, and large. Salads were good size, and the spring rolls were excellent. The wine and beer were priced right. Dinner menu was decent, we chose not to have the cheese fondue. Once you do the fondue, that is enough. The fish served with a sauce and rice was the best. The weinerschnitzel served with fries was good, but a small portion. Wine was good, but a bourbon @ 13.50 is a little pricey. But all in all, you can't go very wrong in this quaint little fancy restaurant.
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