We decided to try Wochner's Hotel Sternen for dinner on a Wednesday evening as a change from the fare served at our base hotel. The waitress who served us was efficient and friendly and we were directed to an indoor table in the traditional-type restaurant with large light hanging low above it.
The drinks were served quickly, namely a 0.5 wheat beer and a 0.3 pilsner!
We chose one of our all-time favourites, Cordon Bleu, together with a side salad. The 'Salatteller' was fresh, but somewhat over-drenched in vinegar and for the first time ever in Germany there was an unwanted piece of egg in it.
The Cordon Bleu was tender and succulent: however, it was served with rather brittle bits of carrot and kohlrabi which did not suit the dish or the accompanying chips.
For dessert we chose a 'Schokotraum' (chocolate dream) and a fruit/yogurt concoction. The latter tasted fine, but the former merely consisted of vanilla ice, chocolate sauce and cream and was certainly not worth the price paid (5 euros)
We were a little disappointed with the overall experience, so we returned to our base hotel for the last night.More