There is a walk from the hotel to the restaurant with a long staircase down to it The. ambiance is that of a German restaurant. Greeting and seating was adequate. The menu is extensive. The service was prompt and cordial. The wine list was limited. We started with the Cheese Fondue in appetizer size which was quite good. We followed with the Alberta Venison Loin that was overdone and the Traditional Veal Schnitzel that was dry and under breaded, you would expect a Schnitzel in a German restaurant to be nothing but perfection. The Cheese Fondue saved the night.