Next to the Castell Bank at the Marketplace in a small short road you find the Stachel, the oldest restaurant in town. It seems you find it in most tourist guides and overall they are not a tourist trap and offer a very nice setting with wooden furniture large murals and a very fitting decoration but... coming home from a business lunch...
be careful about the table you get, some of them are pretty small. We had to change to another one. The service is not the fastest in the world for the menus and for the first order we had to wait a bit too long for a half empty house.
The menu consists of a few items only, with some fixed menus added and offers some seasonal specialties.
A positive part is the bread and butter you get before the meal, very good quality, while two of the three parts of the amuse gueule were rather bland. The steak I had (I like to test a kitchen on a very easy item rather than on something complicated) was of an ok quality, done to my liking but then again, nothing really to write home about, neither in size nor in quality. The potatoes were soggy instead of crispy and the small four parts of vegetable, well a bit less fat would have helped.
Overall nothing really to blame but if you consider that the whole region is full of good restaurants who offer a quality meal of bigger size for 70% of the prize.. at least I am not enticed to visit them for one of their menus.
As it was a lunch menu we did not have that much wine but their wine menu looked pretty inviting. All in all, you do not do anything wrong with them, but I think the other reviewers overhyped a bit.
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