There were three of us on a Thursday night - no reservations - and we were seated at probably the nicest table in the place, in the "living room" next to the fireplace. What a beautiful and intimate restaurant! Tons of original dark wood paneling and moulding, cozy rooms with only three or four tables each. It was lovely.
Now for the food! All meals come with soup of the day, salad, crusty French bread, and the entree. The soup was potato/leek, smooth, creamy and flavorful. The special that night was wienerschnitzel that came with a complimentary glass of Riesling, which my husband ordered. We all got to taste it, and my son almost took it away from his father! It was covered in a cream sauce with craisins. Fantastic! I had a French onion soup... very good. My son had Steak Diane, which he really enjoyed. Both entrees were under $20. The soup was $8, which I thought was a little pricey, but that's okay. For dessert, a fantastic peach flambe that we all shared.
Please note that there ARE quite a few very expensive entrees, like steaks for $39 and such. I'm sure the steaks were worth it.
The service was top notch. Klamath Falls is lucky to have a restaurant like this.
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