I decided to visit 26 off the back of the excellent TripAdvisor reviews. I wasn't disappointed!
I opted for the charity menu, which involves a €5 donation to a sponsored charity for each meal. The courses were:
Aperitif: A glass of mulled prosecco. A bit strange, but nice to try something new.
Starter: Warm goats cheese topped with pumpkin. A lovely start, which was just the perfect dainty size.
Soup: A carrot soup, with Thai flavours. Which was delicious, especially surprising as I can be slightly nonplussed by carrot soups.
Main: Veal on a bed of risotto. Perfectly cooked rose veal with an out standing gravy. The rice was delicious, but a bit too filling to finish.
Desert: Panna cotta. A bit of a let down. The menu had mentioned a chocolate desert (even I could translate that!). Nothing special.
The menu was entirely in German, but the host didn't mind translating for me. What really added a nice touch was the introduction to each course the host made, giving a little detail on what I was eating, and where it had been sources from.
Although the other reviews raved about the value for money, I'd argue it was decent value for money -- but not extraordinary. I had the 5-course charity menu with two glasses of wine for €40. That includes the €5 donation made by the restaurant to the charity.
Wine recommendation as spot on too. A bit unfortunate it wasn't a German bottle -- but the suggested Italian matched perfectly!
My only criticism of the service would be the welcome I received. Upon entering an almost entirely empty restaurant, I was asked if I had a reservation. Upon informing the host I had not made a booking, he seemed to treat it as a big deal. I took over an hour to dine, and when I was leaving there can't have been more than five other tables in use! Not quite sure why he made such a big fuss about it all!
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