More an entertainment experience than a gastronomic destination! To paraphrase Faye Maschler, this place flies in the face of any restaurant conventions currently espoused - it is a 1970s time warp, verging on the surreal. Waiters clad in leiderhosen, cowbells, the Sound of Music... you name it, this has it. The food is rather expensive (£15-£18 for main courses, for some pretty basic fayre) but tasty nonetheless; though it is the cost of the wines (house and fairly mediocre at £19.50, £26.50 for a bottle of Gruner Veltliner) that makes the eyes water. However, get the right crowd in the right mood, and you'll have a riotous time!
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