We were really annoyed at this place. We had a waiter who spoke no English, or purported not to - fair enough it's Austria! However when we complained at the size of the bill they managed to find somebody who did pretty quickly.
We queried whether the salad came with bread (it seemed to indicate that it did but wasn't translated into English so we weren't sure) and were told that it did. We ordered that, two portions of lasagne and two glasses of house red. The wine came in a small jug, the "bread" that appeared resembled more a pizza but was very good. The lasagne was a great solid lump that was virtually cold. We returned this and it really wasn't much better afterwards and very indigestible. We didn't finish it.
We had anticipated a bill of around 25 euros - we were presented with one for 43! Apparently the salad didn't come with bread and rather than giving us the ordinary bread they had given us the most expensive option. The wine apparently didn't come in glasses that they considered we would find large enough so that more than doubled in price too. They didn't seem to care that their lasagne was inedible.
We paid the bill but we were extremely cross. They pleaded misunderstandings so I suggest that they have their menu translated into other languages so that they don't create such misunderstandings in the future.
We ate at several other Italian restaurants right in the city centre (this one is on a fairly busy and unattractive streat opposite several tram stops well out of the city centre), indeed there seemed to be very few restaurants other than Italian! The average price for really tasty and enjoyable meals was around 25 euros. We would suggest avoiding this restaurant.
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