So after reading the reviews, I figured this place would be perfect for Thanksgiving dinner. We decided to walk up, to help work up our appetites. And by the time we got to the top of the hill, we were all sucking wind. I started to doubt my restaurant choice. This place would really have to be amazing to make up for the trek up there. Luckily, we were not disappointed. I am vegetarian, and didn't see anything Vegetarian on the menu. But the waitress was very nice, and the chef made me an amazing gnocchi dish with pumpkin sauce and mushrooms. My friends had the duck a l'orange and the game ravioli. And they loved both of those dishes. The appetizers were equally phenomenal. And for dessert, they had a great selection of homemade ice creams, among other dishes. Just perfect. The wines are all Austrian. And the one we got was a very complex dry red. It went great with our meals. The bill came to about 50 Euro a person for three courses, wine, bottled water and coffee. Hands-down, the best meal I've had in recent memory.