We ate here on a Sunday night and reserved a table, which was necessary: the place was packed. Despite that the service was good. We opted for the standard menu, and the schnitzels didn't disappoint: huge, but thin and nicely battered (not greasy).
The wines are mostly Austrian, so there's some unusual choices (can be a bit pricy if you're on a budget). The only niggle we had was that the waiters kept filling the glasses even after just a few sips: felt a bit pushy. Overall a good experience though, and dessert was delicious too.