Stunning location. Great view of the lake. Very romantic. It's a pity the highway is within a 100m distance, but it is out of sight and only the sound of traffic gives it away.
We were struggling a bit with a waiter, who excelled in handling wine bottles and serving plates using professional "waiting" motor skills, but who was far too young to have such limited skills in communicating in English.
What did not help is that the chef had a "house rule" demanding that the entire table (4 adults and 5 children in our case), either ordered a menu, or ordered a la carte. So no menus and a la carte served on one table (!?). The reason was to avoid confusion in the kitchen. Instead, the confusion is now with the customers. It is difficult to see how this rule would make things easier, since a table of nine ordering 4 menus and 5 times a la carte (not allowed!) seems like the same hassle as serving 4 menus for a table of 4 and 5 times a la carte for a table of 5 (allowed). After some deliberation with the chef, an exception was made for the children and by switching a view plates, we all got what we wanted.
My recommendation to the chef: don't bother your customers with confusing rules. They are an unnecessary distraction from the magic you work in the kitchen.
Did I mention that the food and the wine were absolutely brilliant?
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