This reasonably large place has a suitably large menu and lots of daily specials but a smaller wine list with a number of them coming from the Bock winery. The waitstaff is very friendly and helpful that all lends to the casual atmosphere. They are located next door to the large Corinthia Hotel and it has a dedicated entry into the restaurant from the lobby. Portion sizes are generous.
We started with the goose foie gras with was served with a layer of fat and salt underneath. It was delicious with the variety of vegetables they served and some of the peppers were even spicy. You could also enjoy it with their nice crusty bread. One of our main courses was a daily special, lamb shank slow cooked and served with the lamb tongue topped with pickles. The lamb was a little dry and needed more sauce. It was nice but seemed mundane after the exquisite foie gras. Our other main was a goose breast in a paprika sauce with porcini mushrooms and dumplings on the side. It was delicious and hearty fare, simple yet well done. The goose was kept moist and the porcini mushroom flavor stood out well. We finished with milk cake, one of the waiter’s favorites. I thought he said it was quince flavored but the pink ice cream reminded me more of fruit punch or bubblegum. The cake was fairly sweet but not that moist. It was okay by me but don’t think I’d order it again.