We only spent a few hours in passing through, and decided to have a light lunch at the first spot we came to in Dinklesbuhl. This place looked pretty, so we went in and I was overwhelmed at the sheer elegance and beauty of the decor. I mean, I almost felt guilty standing in such a lovely place. It's all paneled in dark wood, and the walls and even the ceilings between the rafters are handpainted with traditional themes. There were alcoves with not-too bright lighting, oriental rugs on the floor, white linen on the tables and real roses as well.
It was only a light lunch consisting of a plate of cream of mushroom soup, along with a cup of tea, but the soup was top-drawer, as was the tea. Excellent, quiet, discreet service. Easily the most beautiful restaurant I've eaten in in three months of traveling in Germany.
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