A very cosy atmosphere, with the traditional rather dull wood panelling decoration, deer-horn lamps, earthenware jars... OK, you don´t go to this places for design ambiance or fancy dishes. Rather quick service, and they held our reservation for more than half and hour, because we couldn´t find a parking place (it´s impossible, on weekends). The best was the quality of the food: authentic, fresh broiled Grillhaxe and pork shoulder, very nice Schnitzel, homemade and really savoury Sauerkraut, coleslaw salad, potato salad... Nothing of the usual overcooked, re-heated dishes you get served in may other places. Good ambiance, tasty Apfelwein. Don´t go late, or you will not get dessert (the kitchen closes at about 10pm); anyway, it`s unlikely you´ll go hungry, because the portions are huge.
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