Our service started poorly, not because of any failing on the waitress's part. On the next table was group of Australians who were obviously having the set menu. One of them wanted to substitute every item on the set menu but couldn't seem to grasp that this was no longer the set menu and might cost a little more. I was just amazed at the patience of the young waitress even though she was close to tears at one point - I would have told the woman where to go long since.
Anyway, when she eventually got to us she was very apologetic and clearly upset. However, having had some time to look at the menu, we all knew what we wanted and ordered our food and drink without any fuss. I think the waitress appreciated tis because, as her stress levels subsided she became more relaxed and friendly - as I guess she would have been from the start but for our Australian lady (term used loosely).
The food was all simple local fare - my trout was very tasty, as was the venison pie - I'd probably call it a hot pot to give you a better idea.
The apple strudel was to die for and the local wine was very drinkable.
All in all, Australians apart, a very enjoyable, if simple meal at very little cost.
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