Being our first experience at traditional Bavarian/German cuisine (we tend to favour the more Mediterranean diet) we were really quite impressed.
The place - we found on trip advisor and believe it isn't more highly rated because it's not in the more tourist town centre. It had a nice laid back atmosphere and although the tables inside were reserved (it was Saturday night after all) we were seated immediately on the nice tables built around the trees outside. We were also supplied with a blanket in case you got cold.
The staff - unfortunately we don't speak German and the girl at front did not speak a lot of English but wasted no time in summoning a really nice guy who did. The menu was not in English but he spent the time to tell us what things were and gave us recommendations for traditional dishes.
The food - simple but really tasty and satisfying ( veal meatballs served with potato salad and veal fillet in crispy breadcrumbs served with little roasted potatoes) and finished off with big massive pancake thing that they cut up and serve with applesauce and preserved plums. Think big massive fluffy Yorkshire pudding, those of you who know what was is of course. And all swilled down with some nice ale. I would definitely recommend this place, it seems to be full of locals instead of all the large benches of tourists I saw tucking into fast food in the centre.
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