They serve lots of beer, Alpine cocktails, Schnapps and wine and have an on site bakery and restaurant offering rustic, simple but fresh food. Albert's Schloss is a buzzing, busy place, so if you are wanting a quiet dinner for two, it is not the place for you, but Steven and I loved it, there was a DJ playing cracking music, a brilliant atmosphere, typical of my favourite city.
A bonus for me, is that they have introduced a vegan pizza to the menu, so not one to miss an opportunity to eat pizza, we visited for dinner.
They also offer brunch from 11.30 and after enquiring, found that the green sausage hash and smashed avocado dishes, could be veganised too.
On checking their wine list, prior to our visit, I also spotted several vegan wines, what a shame they do not clearly label them as such.
Domaine De Vedhilan Sauvignon Blanc
Gavi del Comune di Gavi Nuovo Quadro
Le Dolci Colline Proscecco Spumante Brut
La Lisse Soie d'Ivoire Chenin Blanc
Domaine des Maillettes Pouilly Fuisse
Boutinot Les Coteaux Cotes du Rhone Villages
Barbera da Vine
Clos de la Cure St Emilion Grand Cru
Chateau Pineraie Cahors Tradition
Fleurie Le Quartier du Cru Beaujolais
Domaine Belles Granges Syrah Pays des Collines
Domaine Mas Bahourat Merlot Pays de Gard
I kicked off with a glass of Prosecco, whilst trying to decide on a starter, so asked our waiter if the beetroot carpaccio could be veganised, swopping cheese for houmous, with the answer being, of course.
This was a lovely light starter, with a pot of smokey houmous, crushed pecan nuts and salad leaves.
I ordered an excellent red merlot wine, to go with our main courses, Domaine Mas Bahourat Pays de Gard, a powerful 14%, but really smooth and moreish.
I love pizza and this was a classic and to die for, a lovely thin crisp base, just the right amount of tomato sauce and topping, salty from the capers, with loads of fresh basil, it was fantastic and I ate every morsel.