First of all, I'm speaking for the upstairs restaurant: there is another, which looks very different, downstairs, so I can't say for that. The one we ate in is a traditional small and informal restaurant: very enjoyable.
We went to this place while looking for a gluten free place to eat: I tried the downstairs restaurant but it was fully booked, while the upstairs one accepted our booking. When we arrived for dinner there actually wasn't any space, so we either had to wait for a table to free or eat at the counter: we went for the counter, since it was a fun and still comfortable place to eat... it was the right choice, as the table took forever to become free. The place is a bit cramped, but our dog (Belgian shepherd) was nevertheless accepted, which was a big plus for us.
Since one of us is on a gluten free diet, we asked if there was something to eat... there actually was enough choice. Luckily, the menu was in English as well as in German. We hade a salad and smoked salmon as starter: they were excellent. One of the main courses (grilled mix) was really awesome, while the other (cow fillet) seemed more like boiled rather than grilled so wasn't that great. All in all, I'd say the traditional food served here is good... maybe the fillet was just bad luck.
The service is good enough to eat, even though there are some glitches. Besides the inconvenience with the table, you don't have to be in a hurry as food is served quite slowly when there are people. It's often difficult to call the waiter if you need another beer (that is, you have to make big gestures sometime to be seen). The girl who server us was however kind.
Pricing was quite reasonable.
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