Started off well when all four of us had the mushroom en croute soup as a starter but downhill after that.
My wife's couscous with chicken was tasteless and you had to search really hard for a single shred of chicken. I chose the small local sausages which turned out to be pretty poor organic frankfurters. The salad - which you thought a bio restaurant would excel at - consisted of a few lettuce leaves, a couple of slices of tomato and a thin slice of cucumber.
A friends vegetarian salad with asparagus was exceptionally poor value, though when we commented on it, the chef came and explained that the ingredients, such as baby asparagus was an expensive commodity.
All the wine on the menu comes with the "bio" label as well which also means they can add a few euros to the price.
All in all we thought it not good value for money. If you're big on organic I'm sure you'll love it, but we just wanted a decent meal and didn't get it.
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