The restaurant is located on a dead end street in the white stag suburb of Dresden. You can ride the incline or get there by car. Parking is limited and so the incline is a good option. The restaurant is divided into two sections. The terrace and the more formal main dinning room. The menu is the same. During the high season you might want to consider reservations which you can only make through the week.
The food was solid, we visited during the white asparagus harvest time in Germany and a lot of the specials where based around this. All dishes were well prepared mostly following German traditional traditional recipes. Service was prompt, professional and a little detached and busy.
All in all a good choice for a traditional German dinner with a spectacular view and the incline ride is a bonus.
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