We chose this more for the looks than any thought about the food. The restaurant/hotel is in one of the old alleys in the heart of the old town and just has quaint written all over it. When you walk inside you feel like you've gone back a hundred years.
We had the ubiquitous schnitzel, which was average size and as good as anywhere else, with the 3 or 4 bits of boiled potato that the Austrians seem to go for, rather than fried potatoes or chips that you tend to get in Germany (and which I prefer). Service was pleasant and efficient.
I'd come here again simply because it's so quaint and atmospheric.
One thing, like most higher rated restaurants in Salzburg, the tables seem to be reserved after 6pm, so unless you eat earlier or reserve you might get added to an already reserved table, which we saw happen here. You then either have to rush your meal and hope to get out before the others arrive or you can end up awkwardly sharing.
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