Take all my out of town peeps here. They all love it. Beer by the litre and very family friendly. Not just a great meal but an event.
My family loves German food, and we enjoy this restaurant. We went on a Saturday night, and they had fun, live music. It was very entertaining. We all tried something different and it was all good. Our favorite was the red cabbage. The service was very good. The building is kind of run down, but it is a great place... More
We love this place! The food is authentic German (schnitzel and spatzl). They have nightly entertainment which would be very touristy is Germany, but it is a lot of fun. The band even wear lederhosen!
Who goes to a German restaurant for Italian food? Doesn't make any sense but that's what the owners offer. This restaurant has been around for over 40 years and I think they still use the original tablecloths. The one on our table was a cheap vinyl with a big hole in it. When I mentioned the hole to the hostess,... More
My family recently dined at Edelweiss and loved every minute of it! Visiting on a weekday, the newly Italian-integrated menu brought welcomed choices to the long-held German standards, and the addition of wonderfully-talented singing wait staff brought a fresh alternative to the lively German band. The food was delicious. Ordering items from both the Italian and German menus, everyone was... More
I grew up in Fort Worth and have been to this restaurant many times. It is atmospheric and fun, especially on weekends when there is live music and the place fills up. The food has always been of very high quality. Try the jaeger schnitzel--delicious.
The food did not have the furthest resemblance to any German dish and the quality was beyond poor . We are from Germany, lived here 5 years and were hoping for a good German meal . It would have been ok if it was Americanized and good quality , but it was neither. Really I am embarrased that anybody would... More
This was a special treat by my friends to celebrate my birthday. The food was terrible, nothing authentic, over-salted and over cooked. My "juicy" pork cutlets were super dry and very tough. My fries were so salty I couldn't eat them. My husband's red cabbage was cold and tasted like straight from a jar, his Jaegerschnitzel was fried past perfection... More
Edelweiss has been a long time restaurant in Fort Worth that everyone went to when they wanted to eat and have fun. There is a dance floor, with an accordion player, another accompanist and the owner singing, especially happy birthday greetings. Used to be that a number of people danced, especially the famed chicken dance. When the place wasn't busy... More
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