We ate here as the menu read well and it looked inviting. The dining area is appealing and tables set nicely, a piano was playing in the background; all good so far. An English menu is available. We ordered drinks and meals, ... and waited. After a long wait, the drinks arrived (the restaurant had few people in it), note: only 3 beers available. The next table had bread served, we missed out on that for some reason. Eventually the meals turned up, chicken curry & a beef roll in red wine sauce. Both were ok, but that's all. Vegetables well overcooked, and stodgy dumplings. E 35 incl. a beer & a wine, - not bad value, but I'd agree with "Sprevels", it's a fall back proposition if you can't find anywhere else.
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