The word "Cafe"is in the name, an indication for a very informal atmosphere. Opens at 10 a.m.; serves your morning coffee, but also lunches and dinners. It's a kind of place where you meet friends and after while decide to stay for something to eat. We had dinner: On the menu 5 starters, 5 mains and 4 desserts. Nice looking options, but none we were really excited about. As starter we both took the Mackerel tartar. Tasted good, but was too cold.
As mains we had Venison with beetroots and mash, very good. Prices are a bit high for this mix of cafe/restauant and when a lot of tables are occupied it's a bit noisy due to the bad acoustics. Service is good. We paid 80 Euro for two, including starters, mains, a bottle of wine and coffee. All in all, no regrets, but there is some room for improvement.
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