This was a disappointment. Although we had reserved ahead, the table (before we moved) was stuck in a corner by the door. I ordered a 2005 wine, but the waiter did not tell me that he changed this to a 2007 wine from a co-operative rather than the producer I had chosen. When I pointed this out, he said that the bottle I had chosen was not available. However, I should not have to be the one to spot this. He charged the same price for this bottle even though I asked him to double-check that this could possibly be right. The food was traditional but very heavy indeed - the snails were average, munster on toast nothing special and the main courses were just very heavy. For around the same price we ate at Aux Trois Poissons for a much better dining experience. For traditional cuisine, the Winstub Brenner was much superior.
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