"Liebevoll! in der Auermuhle" was an old mill by a stream converted into a restaurant, and it offers diners a spacious terrace for al fresco dining in warm months. The lovely, natural surroundings add to the charm of the place, and it is very popular with families with young kids as there is a large playground and a beach volleyball pitch on the premises.
The restaurant is open daily from 1000-0100 hours. The food served here is local cuisine with an international flair. The self-sufficient kitchen / F&B team also bakes all the cakes, roasts coffee beans, makes pasta and pizza from scratch, grills meats in an 800-degree oven and whips up colorful cocktails.
Parking spaces are limited on the premises so visitors have to park haphazardly all along the narrow and unpaved path leading to the restaurant. Certain sections of the path are so narrow that only one car can pass each time. The situation is particularly bad on nice and sunny weekends, when the crowd converges on the place and the backlog of cars spills onto the narrow 900-meter stretch leading out to the neighboring suburbs. The management needs to come up with a solution for parking for its guests - there is no access to public transport here, and I can imagine the residents living nearby are not happy with the amount of traffic passing through to get to the restaurant.
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