This restaurant looks like it's in an old gas station. We happened to book a table here on July 5 and they were going to be closed for 2 weeks .... the owner has retired and the business will be under new management. The night were were here it was us and lots of locals wishing him happy retirement and I'm sure getting their last schnitzel dinner. I suspect it'll be a different menu in the future. You wouldn't want to eat schnitzel every day (in fact it's been years since I had it) but this was excellent, huge portion. My BIL had the pork tenderloin in raspberry sauce which he pronounced as excellent. Who knows what the new place will serve!
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