OK, so this place is totally dedicated to the Schmarren. They have various versions of it (alongside many Palatschinken dishes) dominating their menu, with various different toppings to choose from. And it goes without saying that their serves are monstrously big.
You’ve got the Tiroler Nuss Schmarren that’s covered in a caramelised nutty sauce, and then there’s the Salzburger Topfenschmarren, which is made out of a curd cheese dough and accompanied by an apricot compote. Anyway, we’re not going to tell you anymore – you’ve just got to grab yourself a seat in one of the booths that fill this dimly-lit eatery.