This upmarket restaurant has a Michelin star I believe and thoroughly deserves it. Accompaniments were top notch, crusty breads, good quality butter, decent ( but not exquisite) friandises. Amuse bouche was a meatball, not worth writing home about. After a creamy carrot soup and a mixed salad starter, main courses were a couple of fine salmon trout fillets on leeks and a medley of meats with tagliatelle and spinach: all excellent. The chef is Austrian: so puddings included Kaiserschmarrn and Topfenknödel, though we opted for crème brûlee and the fine cheeseboard. One negative: the coffee, we all agreed, was too strong. But a fine gourmet restaurant and the prices for a weekday lunch (including Saturday) are a snip. We drank fine local oaked red Thomas Geiger Spätburgunder (from Meersburg) which was delicious and not heavily marked up.
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