The first time we visited, the food was superb. We ordered the winerscnitzel in white wine sauce,
with cabbage and potatoes. It was really exceptionally good. BUT THE SECOND TIME, unfortunately, was disgusting. We went again and ordered the same thing. This time, looks like the meat had been cooked the day before, thin as paper and dry as a bone. It was truly awful.
AND the potatoes had a hair in it, the same color (reddish) as the woman who was doing the
cooking. Sorry, but this place does not get a third chance from me!
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