If you are even mildly enthusiastic about food, you should try here. It is not because of the exquisitely delicious sausage (it is good but not "to die for" level good) or amazing service. It is that this is a historic "restaurant" (the outside part is the old part and it is not so much a restaurant but an outside kitchen that cooks sausage all day) and the general experience of it is quite enjoyable.
Sausage tastes good, bread is nice (though keep in mind that you pay for the bread as well, for as many as you ate).
If you can't sit outside then don't bother going inside. Wait for some space to empty outside or come back later if you can.
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