When staying at the Trapp Lodge, there are two food choices: The dining room and the lounge. Since we were travelliing with kids and didn't want to dress up, wee ate both nights in the lounge.
There are great choices for drinks in the lounge, with a full bar. I partook of a local bottle cider and my husband enjoyed the lager Dunkel.
The first night, I ordered the farmer's sausage with sauerkraut and my husband ordered the bratwurst/Knackwurst plate with veggies instead of sauerkraut. My 14 year old ate the burger and my 8 year old ordered the salmon with cauliflower risotto. Everything we ordered was wonderful, even though the farmer's sausage was a little spicy for my preference.
The next night we HAD to go back at my 8 year old's insistence. She REALLY loved the salmon and cauliflower. It WAS really good! This time I had the bratwurst, which was delicious and my husband had a Caesar with grilled chicken. He was very pleased with the chicken.
The prices are a bit high with most dinners being between $20-28. It was expected at a hotel such as this one.
My only complain is the piano player in the lounge. He is obviously talented, but seems bored with playing. Everything he played was rushed or jazzed up and frantic. I would have preferred that he played a little bit more serenely so I could enjoy the music. It became annoying.
I would eat her again. I loved the bratwurst.
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