Place is a bit stuffy with a fuddy-duddy feel. Coffee is alright, but the cake is not worth the price you pay. There are plenty of better cafes in town with better value for money.
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We ordered the number 5-- brotchen, ham, salami, eggs "im glass" and coffee. The bread and cold cuts came first. A few minutes later a basket with butter, honey, marmalade, etc. was served. Maybe five minutes later came the eggs, which were soft boiled or...More
This place has the feel of an American roadside diner, without the cheap prices and fast service. An appetizer included pretzels, which were clearly packaged frozen ones reheated. The fruit was canned, the salad was not fresh. The main course wasn't horrible. The worst part...More
We stopped here for an early evening drink, while it was still warm enough to sit outside. At least it was when we arrived. By the time we ordered and got our drinks it was too cold to enjoy them. And it was a bit...More
This is one of our favorite places to eat. I love the wild game dishes and the apple strudel with vanilla sauce is the best apple strudel I've ever had. It's made fresh and the whole dessert is warm when you get it. The owners...More
The place looks ok, but the food and services are far from good. Among the things we ordered was mashed potatoes, cooked using flakes and hot water from the coffee machine, right under our noses.
We went for coffee and cake in the afternoon. All of it delicious. Then we perused the menu - a large selection of breakfast items, small bites for lunch, big bites for lunch. We saw what was served at neighboring tables,and listened to the comments....More