Went for dinner on a Sunday evening with a group of 14 of us. Reserved table was ready upon our arrival. We sat in two groups (adults and young adults) beside each other (relevant as you read on). As a starter we ordered the cheese fondue. Ours was rather runny and not too warm, whereas the younger adults had a nice hot, great for dipping, consistency. Several people in our party ordered the bottomless (all you can eat) mussels. Consistency was an issue once again. The Bangkok mussels were extremely spicy for some and rather insipid for others. However the pork schnitzel was phenomenally good. The beer menu is, of course extensive, and the staff are very accommodating, and we tried several types. Getting a taste (a couple of sips) is the perfect way to try different beers. Our servers were very pleasant and friendly. All in all our evening was good, but the inconsistency might hold us from going back again.
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