Elke and Günter Buchmann run a "linen tablecloth and real silver" establishment, with a beer garden and a bar. The various suggested courses are grouped on the fancy handwritten menu, along with the fancy price of each dish. You can, of course, just order one of the courses, but be prepared for a disapproving look. The proprietors are Austrian, and the specialties of their homeland, such as Tafelspitz (boiled beef with horseradish applesauce) and Kaiserschmarrn (torn-up fluffy egg pancakes with apples, raisins, cinnamon, and jam), are recommended, but the Wiener schnitzel is divine. If you have trouble with the extensive wine list, the waitstaff is ready and willing to help.
Mathystr. 22, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, D–76133, Germany