The atmosphere of this place is simply superb. After a brisk, wintery walk up through the old castle, we eventually reached the very discreet door of this establishment. Had our local guide not pointed it out earlier, we wouldn't have been as lucky to come across this gem on our own.
Dimly lit, by fireplaces and candlelight, the smell of roasting meet and the sound of clinking beer steins sets a perfect atmosphere for a traditional feast of beasts from the open fire. There's a limited number of tables, and our waiter/owner/chef/resident comedian kept all customers in his establishment fed and watered at all times, in an attentive, yet unobtrusive, manner.
Don't come here for haute cuisine or extravagant interiors, but if you fancy a filling feast of meat, vegetables and some locally brewed beer to wash it all down, then this is your place. I'd pay handsomely for such a dining experience, yet we were shocked at how cheap the night for the 6 of us was when the bill came.
I'm sure the word will eventually spread that this is the place to go, but for this moment in time, it was our little gem and we all loved it!
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