Five of us ate at Wissingers. It was recommended by an elite competitor who was fully booked. For us it was serendipity. From the outside, it looked like an upscale Gasthaus. Inside, it was modern and bright. The menu offered many rustic regional dishes and a smattering of haute cuisine items. The prices seemed a bit higher than normal, but each of us was well pleased. We had and shared tastes of Lammkeule, Ochsenbäckle, Tafelspitz, Landgockelbrust and a potato dish. Those who were not completely filled shared Gebackene Apfelküchl, Quarkknödel and Tete Moine. Again, nothing was found lacking, not even the house wines. Service was efficient and very friendly. I was tempted to give the restaurant the 5 points that the food deserved. I did not, because of a few very small decor items and the price. I get so exasperated with reviewers who find every restaurant the best ever.
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