It's a rather small place that can tend to get crowded. This isn't helped by a rather poor management and untrained staff. Crowds stress them and they haven't yet learned to stay cool, and take a drinks order first to regulate the flow of orders to the kitchen. Nor does a genuine unfriendliness provide for the warmest of welcomes. Tourists are tourists lest we forget.
That being said, some of the beef burgers are quite good-- a welcome break from the rather repetitive Austrian fare. Some of the tables have a spectacular view over the lake and mountains. And brilliantly, they do have gluten free buns! The generic house red and white wines are very drinkable too. For those into it, they offer horse burgers too.
Hence, (at least based on two recent visits) try to avoid it when crowded and you are more likely to have a good experience.
But like so many local places, and rather shockingly, credit cards are still not accepted.
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