At this point I warmly welcome you on our accessible web-site and want to tell you a little bit about me and my restaurant. "L'incontro" is Italian and means "the meeting place" or "the encounter". That's true even in the figurative sense. I run this restaurant since 1988 satisfying my guests and therefore having a good share of regulars. Me and my team specialises in starters, homemade pasta, fish and meat dishes. Of course you'll also get excellent pizzas here. On warm summer days we have opened our shady beer garden for you. See for yourself.
By the way, if you come to Nuremberg on business (exhibitions/fairs), you can check into the hotel Schwaiger Hof which is only 50 meters away from us.
The suburban train (S-Bahn) takes you to Nuremberg central station in less than 14 minutes. The S-bahn station here can be reached in between 3 walking minutes. The exit Nr. 87 of the autobahn A3 is approximately 950m away from our restaurant.
L'INCONTRO From the outside
General room with 35 seats available
General room (other view)
Beer garden with 40 seats available
Performance of this WebSite
This web-site is barrier-free respectively fully accessible. This means, among other things:
- Standard-compliant and semantic HTML
- Complete separation between content and presentation (layout)
- Running with thoroughly full executability at all appropriate devices (desktop computers, notebooks and MIDs)
- Ready for screen-readers
If you move the mouse pointer to the little triangular nipple in our head/logo area the quick-navigation menu appears which lets you easily "jump" to any section inside the web-page you currently are. For instance, if you are in the menu-section this feature lets you swiftly jump to the food-sections Pizza, Noodles, Meat or Fish.
This web-site can be controlled not only by using a mouse but also with your keyboard. Handling your navigation with keystrokes is often faster than using a serial pointing device and for people who have impaired motor skills it's often the only way of navigating a web-site properly.
Keyboard-control is done using so-called accesskeys. The keyboard-related operational concept provides for using numerical keystrokes [1-6] for main navigation and alpha-keys [A-G] for subnavigation inside a web-page.
To perform the accesskeys you have to press or hold one or more keys. Which these are depends on the browser you're just using. For the most popular browsers I have arranged this little overview for you:
- Firefox: SHIFT + ALT + accesskey
- MSIE: ALT + accesskey [release, then] Enter–key
- Opera: SHIFT + ESC [release, then] accesskey