I had a brez'n and the sampler appetizer, which were fine. I was very disappointed in the beer, though.
Apparently, they don't actually have any German beer. I don't speak much Spanish, but the description was that the draft beer is a house beer. By the taste, none of the house beers even remotely resemble German quality. They ranged from "not good" to worse. The others are Mexican beers, except for Carlsberg, which is Danish. The only lager on the list was Corona.
Since I didn't want to drink Corona in a German restaurant, I tolerated the "hefeweizen" with the food. I'll go back to sample the Wienerschnitzel, unless I find another restaurant here that beats it.
Oh, the table service is on "Mexican time." We were the only two in the entire restaurant, and our food took at least 20 minutes to get after ordering it.
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