We went twice as it was the nearest restaurant to where we were staying (Villa Vista - see separate review). Little did we realize that it seems to have an iconic reputation among German speakers, and rightly so as it is in part an attraction and in part a restaurant and in part a pub.
As we went for the food, I should first say that it was excellent and also good value. The service was excellent the first time we went although less so the second time, but the staff were universally friendly. The first time we had a table for two and the second time we were on a shared table which will not be to every ones taste, though this was probably as we booked on the same day (I am told that some book weeks in advance).
The place is something of a rabbit warren - the wooden construction seems as though it has evolved somewhat haphazardly and around each corner is found another eating area, a bar or an open area. Every spare space is filled with artifacts - most German (eg German beer bottles or beer labels or old German Snow Shoes) and signs that are German, British or American. Indeed the first time we visited we spent some time after the meal exploring the nooks and crannies and artifacts.
The draft beer is good too!
We saw one wheelchair user. There is an attended car park out the back. We walked there |(approx 400 metres) from our accommodation.
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