We come regularly here.
It is worth the detour as Michelin used to say.
The 3 course menu (120 Kronen) on weekdays is an unparalleled experience for the money.
Just imagine: Home-made soup (even in summer), main dish and home-made dessert (usually a fruit pie, but sometimes you get an ice creation, which will leave your taste buds with a lasting aftertaste of quality ingredients masterly put together)
We mistrust the wines and usually stick to their "gepflegten" Bier, but we have heard good words about all their production (rather expensive, in my view).
320.- Kr for two. Or 13 €. Out of this world food, beer and setting for peanuts.
The setting is idyllic, at the entrance to the Thaya National Park.
The place is top end.
Another galaxy in comparison to the nearby eateries (where you just get fed).
Nice, minimalist interior decoration with stiff-starched linen napkins.
Yes, make no mistake about it: this place is absolutely amazing!
If you order from the a la carte menu, they offer you a tasty home-made white cheese, fennel and other fresh herbs spread served with slices of white and cereal bread.
Try their confit of duck thigh if you wish to enjoy a cooked-to-perfection, tasty main dish.
Surprisingly enough, the patrons are mostly Czech (unlike other restaurants in the vicinity, where Austrians abound).
Warning to Austrians: This is not a place to come and eat Schnitzel and Pommes.
Their desserts are truly inventive and creative as well as tasty.
I think I am going to regret writing this.
It sounds like a cliché but this should remain a secret tip.
Otherwise, it is unlikely that their prices remain at this level.
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