This is a delightful restaurant and, form the minute you walk in, you feel you have been transported to a little village in the Tyrol. The setting couldn't be better, the decor, food, service and little extra touches all make for a special evening that doesn't break the bank either.
A glass of Williams Birne Schnapps (not that dreadful Archer's Peach rubbish!) rounds off a superb meal, cooked by an excellent Austrian chef with many years experience.
I have spent considerable amounts of time in Austria and have always loved the cuisne and the wine. Try the Blaufraenkisch (red). It's a perfect accompaniment. Booking is pretty much essential as this little gem is very popular and they are not open every day of the week. It's worth the drive and it's worth every penny.
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