The restaurant is looking very quaint: lot's of old, wooden furniture, lovely decorations and a green terrace. Consequently the atmosphere is very good. They serve fantastic, local food: we had smoked trout as an entree and then a local dish served in a pan consisting of turkey, swabian noodles and mushrooms and a local fish dish. All of the food was very well-prepared and very tasty. They have a good list of local wines, some of which are made within a 5 km radius. Would recommend for food, atmospere and wine!
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