The whole walk up to this castle is the beginning of an experience. Inside the castle it is not immediately obvious where the restaurant is located - in the cellar- but that just shows how huge the castle is. The cellar is is ventilated and has nicely curved white ceiling sections with clear-cut lines complemented by white walls coupled with original stone walls. The walls have been sparsely decorated with original musical instruments which each receives illumination from a lamp as were they pieces of art. Other pictures include black white photography with a musical theme. On the stone walls old style painting dominate. The tables and chairs have real white covers in high quality, properly oldfashioned and ironed. The tables even have real colourful flowers which break up the white and stone wall in black and white and grey.
The food is also of the highest quality. The proper menu, as opposed to a la carte, is hard to find (at the very back of the menu were normally the deserts would be). this is in fact very good value at around 49 Euros which include five dishes, including soup, cod, steak, munster cheese, and dessert. The house aperitif was worth the recommendation.
It is hard to find this level of restaurant in this area. I am certainly going to take customers here as the interior is as impressive as the menu.