We drove up from Gleisdorf in the afternoon taking back roads. They drive through the countryside was spectacular, both going out and coming home. The restaurant has tables outside as well as inside. The afternoon was hot, but not too hot to sit outside. We shared an appetizer which was bread with several traditional spreads including one made with pumpkin seed oil, and another with bacon grease. For the main course I had the potato sausage with sauer kraut. Then for dessert a traditional dish with a fruit sauce made from local plums which was topping for a pancake like bread. All in all it was a good meal, although a bit on the expensive side. After dinner we walked across the road to the church and graveyard. Both were beautiful in the late afternoon sun.
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