Bröding’s reputation alone allows it to offer only one menu a day. Prepared with the very finest ingredients, the five-course special might offer partridge paté, roast venison with potato and topinambur (root vegetable) gratin followed by calvados parfait. Unless you really don’t like wine, drink nothing else here. Connoisseurs of Austrian grape, the owners will match you the perfect drop (by the glass) to each dish. Watching the chef prepare your feast through a giant glass window also stimulates the saliva.