This small restaurant with bar is located in the basement of an old building - as in really old, such as medieval, or nearly. Access is down a few steps, and the area is divided into a front room with bar and a few tables, and a back room with some more tables - which had been pushed into the form of a U for our party of about 25 people; my husband's fitness club outing. One thing that made it cear to me that I would never go there by choice is that smoking is allowed inside. Fortunately there were no other patrons that evening except for our large group - which did fill the pace - and none of our party smokes, so I was spared that abomination.
Our party had pre-chosen their food with the registration for the event, but I hadn't yet, since the three choices had been wienerschnitzel with either fries or some sort of dumplings - which turned out to be somehting like short and somewhat plump noodles, or beef with those dumplings and red cabbage.
When I asked the waitress for the menu I only got a funny look and the argument that the food had already been ordered. When I explained that I wished to have a vegetarian meal I got a sort of exasperated look and a "well, you can have a salad then."
Well, okay ... uhm ... I'd figured if it calls itself a restaurant ... you catch my drift ... anyhow, so salad it would (have to) be.
The furniture, tables and chairs, are old and scratched, and the whole atmosphere is a bit forlorn.
My salad, decent sized portion, granted, was served with the appetizer salad that went with the schnitzel meal. Those were delivered when people were still eating their salad; the beef dishes, without an appetizers, arrived when most people had fiished eating their schnitzels. I can see that serving such a decent sized party all simultaneously is a challenge, but again, if you call yourself a restaurant ...
Th portions were large, and seconds were offered. The red cabbage - I ate most of my husband's second helping of that - was deliciousl freshly prepared. The meat, everybody agreed, was very tasty, the dumplings though not what they had expected, the fries good, and not oily. Dessert was ice cream with whipped cream.
So, to sum it up, large portions of decent enough food for a very reasonbable price in a quaint place that lacks charm. Not the place for stylish dining, but itsure is differnet. Don't go if you're not a smoker, or if you're a vegetarian.
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