The manager at Hotel Adler, where we stayed, recommended Pfaff and Lilie restaurants as we wanted to try German food instead of visiting one of the Italian restaurants in the town. The menu at Pfaff seemed quite touristy and I'm glad we ended up in Lilie. They have a cafe part which you entered from the entrance on the main road, but we had to enter via the side of the building.
The place is amazing inside, like a chalet/grotto. The ceiling is painted like a sky with lights, and there are various stuffed animals and skulls hanging on the walls. We went on a Sunday night and it was not busy and the service was good. The waiter was very friendly and was speaking to us in German even though we couldn't understand.
He brought us an appetiser, which was like pork rillette, but it was quite cloying and dried up the inside of your mouth. It was really tasty though as it seemed to be made of smoked pork.
The food was reasonably priced and the portions were quite big. They were cooked well and were very tasty.
Having had our fair share of cake at Cafe Schaefer ealier on, we skipped dessert but finished with a round of schnapps. It was a really nice place to go to unwind and have dinner.
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