We very much enjoyed our evening here. The small place filled up early so that we were forced to sit in the smoking area. No matter, as the Stammtisch regulars didn't show up until later in the evening. The interior was what you might find in your grandmother's house, but it was warm and inviting, and added to the family-friendly appeal. The food was similarly good and filling. The Spaetzle was home-made and delicious, as was the deer goulash, and the apple strudel was fresh, with a crispy, warm crust. Ganter beer is on tap, and the dunkler weizen and doppelbock were outstanding. Prices were modest, with the entire meal running 36 euro for two. The host was also our waiter and was gracious, friendly, and paid attention to detail. (When told of a food allergy, he even checked the spices in the food to ensure there wouldn't be a problem.) It's the sort of place where you can even enjoy a card game (we did) or a family game with a beer or cup of tea. Definitely a place we will frequent the next time we're in the area.
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