My partner had been before, several years ago, so we wanted to try it together. It's in a handy location only a short way up the hill towards the castle. We had lunch and beer there one day (goulash and bread for him, lamb chops for me) - perfectly nice. We sat inside as the outside tables are on the pavement with a road running alongside. Service was from a fairly friendly lady. We found ourselves near there on our last day when we needed lunch but didn't have much time and, as it was a 'known quantity', we returned. This time, service was quite a bit slower and from a surly man. We ate chicken skewer and rabbit - again, good food and beer. Cheap price. Interesting interior - a few wooden devils dotted around - nothing sinister about it though. This is one of the places you read about in the guide books that gives you bread whether you want it or not and charges you for it whether you eat it or not.
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