While trying to be unique - much was lost in the word. The decor was lovely (woodsy and artistic). The WCs were a challenge. Hard to find the doors since they blended in with wood paneled walls. The sinks are outside the WCs and I could not figure out how they worked for about 2 minutes. All the patrons could see that struggle.
The menu: we were there for brunch. The listings had unique name with very few explanations. Monkey Brains? Not a good choice for a cinnamon type bun with walnuts and a sauce. I had the Barking Dog (no dog of any kind present). It was a small Cheese and fresh spinach omelet (very good) with three corn fritters (also good) to be dipped in a cheese and tomato fondue. This fondue was the turn off. It was watery and tasteless. I asked the server to advise the chef re the fondue and his response "that's the way it is". Wrong answer. The rest of the party ordered other uniquely named dishes. No one was impressed. Don't waste your time or your money unless you wish to gawk.
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