We had reservations for 3 on a rainy Sunday night. It ended up just being two of us. When we got to the castle area, it was deserted. Sure enough, we were the only people in the restaurant. I think they would have closed the restaurant for the evening if we didn't have reservations, as there was no foot traffic around.
But rather than being put out, or acting like we were holding them up, they treated us very well, and the food was excellent. Every restaurant should put their customers first, but many don't. The food was very good (with fresh ingedients in everything from soup to salad to cheese to chicken and grilled vegetables) but the way we were treated at a time they could have just packed it in is what impressed me the most.
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