It's spargl season! We lucked into this charming restaurant after wandering a bit around town gazing at menus. Classic European or German food and atmosphere, but offering special menu items, such as various spargl dishes of which we had several. A salad, a soup, then served with the main course of veal filet. The lady in charge of the dining room did not speak English but seemed to just understand what we were looking for and was a perfect hostess. Everything was delicious and a great value for the reasonable cost. Check out the pictures of the main course, YUM!
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