It's a touristy location, you're not going to get a little authentic place where locals go. But if you're a tourist in the Old Town, it's a pretty good place to go! The best bit is the actual building, originally built in 1400 and since reconstructed, but with fantastic wall murals and a lot of history. It was fairly quiet on a Tuesday evening at the end of September, which was perfect as i wanted some peace and quiet to relax and do a bit of work as I ate. Main course was OK, nothing special, but I highly recommend the curd balls in blueberry sauce. Both courses were presented very well, and the curd balls were delicious even though I don't normally eat desserts. Waiter was friendly and attentive, couldn't have asked for much more, and the price reasonable. From previous reviews, the onion soup is probably not worth having, and the emphasis is definitely on meat rather than veg. But I was very happy with somewhere that didn't feel at all touristy (apart from the menu in about 23 languages) in such a location.
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