We went by chance to this restaurant with 3 colleagues to have a quick lunch before leaving the city: The menu was in German but the waitress was very patient and kindly translated all the terms we did not understand and even described visually the type of fish named "Steinbutt" (confirmed later that it is turbot). We had only a main course and 3 of us had this turbot: Mine was perfectly grilled and served with a vegetables rissoto. My colleagues enjoyed as well their turbot ( one with herbs and the other one with a light mustard sauce) and ravioli filled with mushrooms.
Lunch was not cheap however the quality of the food was worth it and in addition the service was very kind and efficient.
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