Came in for a small bite at 10pm. The menu is tourist friendly in 5 languages, pictures of the dishes and little drawings of pigs, chicken and cows to tell you what kind of meat is in the dish. I had a very good beef broth and the very friendly (and English speaking) waiter/bartender arranged for a small helping of spetzale to add to the broth (not for free but not a dish on the menu). I will definitely go back for a full meal sometime in the future. Prices - the broth was 5.50?. Main dishes range between 12-20?.
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