Our restaurant is part of a row of listed buildings originating from the 16th century, which have been carefully renovated starting in 1979. The litte studwork house in Schottengasse has been the home of our restaurant since 2003.
This historical building conquered our hearts right from the start, as is the case with many of our guests or even passers-by who often stop to admire and photograph the little house with its historical studwork, tiny gable windows and ivy cover.
In the interior we mix the traditional with the modern: the historical timberwork in the first floor is met with bright colours and light furniture. Traditional cooking meets typically Mediterranean aroma and products. The open kitchen on the ground floor, sporting bright tiles and granite surfaces, offers a look into the heart of the restaurant.
The comfortable atmosphere of the house is amplified by its history, the warmth of the interior and your host's devotion.