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This stylish, long-established restaurant, housed in what was a bakery in the Middle Ages, specialises in dishes of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, revamped for the 21st century. Expect the likes of pike-perch and prawn paprikás, duck leg in pastry with apple cabbage and confit piglet cheek. Presentation is faultless; eat in the vaulted dining room, the covered side court or garden.
Live piano music nightly adds to the romance.