The restaurant is designed along the lines of a traditional Viennese cafe, and does it well. It is a large, comfortable space, and ideal for larger groups dining together. Service is helpful and friendly.
The menu has a range of central European dishes, such as Stroganoff and Goulash, with a good selection of German/Austrian dishes, such as Bockwurst, pork knuckle and smoked sausage; there is also a selection of Bolivian dishes.
The food is served in hefty portions, so be careful not to order too much. It is nicely presented, and very well cooked.
The restaurant has a nice ambience, helped by the pianist playing at the grand piano. The bar offers a good selection of drinks, including some locally-brewed beers, served in traditional steins.
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