We had earlier climbed the opposite Mountain path by auto and was given this restaurant as a suggestion by the Swiss cousin of my wife. So we climbed the mountain by auto and found another marvelous view at the top. The food was very good. My wife and I split a large salad, and their veal dish. My in-laws split an enormous fondue pot. Our Swiss cousin had the rosti. My son got the Weinerschnitzel which was the best dish by far. All the food sampled was wonderful. The chef came out to check on us (Marcel...I think was the name). Our chef was a burley East German as friendly as they come. If in Lenk again this stop is a no brainer.
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