Delicious food, fresh and carefully prepared, and served by prompt and friendly people. The ambiance is cozy and lovely, striking the perfect balance between casual and elegant. The fresh baked caraway rolls with a warm dipping sauce were served as soon as we sat down. We enjoyed the local Jost wine with our meal. We loved the dinner so much that we came back for lunch the next day -- which was equally delicious. The herbs and veggies come right from the garden, and added color and flavor to each dish. We really loved the Jerusalem Artichoke soup and the celeriac puree that accompanied our broiled scallops.
You might never expect such a fine restaurant in such a remote and beautiful place. I hope to visit the area and eat here again some day!