Like the previous poster, we went in for a late lunch when many other places were closed. We were surprised by the interior, as in its previous life the restaurant (can't remember the name) was rather rustic. It is now quite elegant with black leather banquettes, white leather chairs, and white linen table cloths. The room is long and narrow with wooden floors, glazed creamy ceiling, and one wall of glazed (faux marble?) red with an enormous gilt mirror. Candles were lit on the tables. The menu was extensive (5-6 pages) with a lot more to offer than the typical Bavarian fare. My husband had a wonderful salad with a disc of fried, creamy Camembert. I chose a beef geschnetzeltes in gorgonzola sauce. There were many wild specialties and seasonal specialties as well. The waiter was friendly, polite and prompt. We had a very enjoyable lunch, and recommend people give it a try. Hope it moves up in its popularity rating, as the owner is definitely doing things right.
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