A group of us (not enough for the tasting menu, unfortunately) met for a dinner here. The restaurant is small but very cosy and traditional looking in a historical building. We ordered various flammkuchen, both savory and sweet. They did not disappoint, nor did the reasonable selection of beer and wine. Our waitress was pleasant. This restaurant is well-suited for a leisurely dinner since service is slower owing to the wood fire cooked flammkuchen and the additional time it takes to cook. With tile floors, it did get pretty loud when when a boisterous group of diners arrived, but it still was pleasant enough. The only odd thing about our experience was that several of us went to use the WC at various points and none of us could find a light in the room itself! Maybe a future reviewers can enlighten (har har) us. The restaurant opens at 6 p.m. but it seems unclear at what time it closes. Some of my dining companions told me they've tried to dine here before, arriving after 6, only to find the restaurant closed, the lights off, and no note to explain the closure. The best idea is to call to check if they're open first and if dining with a group, a reservation is highly recommended as it can get quite full.
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