A bit of an odd experience. The staff were very nice but don't speak great English - our Australian friend ordered orange juice and ended up with pear cider, like the rest of us had ordered.
When we arrived as part of a tour group from a cruise ship it took a few minutes for us to be seated, as another tourist group from Korea had arrived, proceeded to nearly mow everyone else down on the stairs and then guard all the tables until they were directed where to go. Also the arrangements for vegetarian guests took several minutes to arrange.
Then they started bringing out salad, which a few people received and then they came and took them and gave them to another table! We eventually got our salads - just some lettuce, tomato and cucumber with a little dressing so it felt a bit lazy.
The medieval style pork main was quite nice, my husband said the vegetarian main was very average. The pudding we had to check if it was vegetarian as it was fruits in some sort of jelly, which was okay.
The cellar was interesting and the outdoor tables had a nice view. The servers were all polite, the food was okay not great not awful, it really was a haphazard experience!
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