This is a nice cozy cafe that attracts foreigners, especially Germans.
They have a nice menu that is both in English and Russian. However, they only have one menu for the entire restaurant. So it took forever, while the other patrons decided what they would eat.
My only other complaint was the cheap plastic chairs and plastic tables that were wobbly for the outside seating.
But my two complaints are minor because of how good the German bratwurst tastes here. My suggestion is to skip the menu and instead ask the waitress for some homemade bread. Then walk up to where the guys are grilling the bratwurst outside on the large gas grill. I tried the pork and the beef bratwurst with a little spicy mustard on each and they were both great. The cost is only 125 KGS per bratwurst.
They also have a decent selection of German and other assorted beer.
If they had nicer outside tables and more than one menu I would give this place a higher rating. But I'll be coming back here for more brats and beer. Just make sure no one bumps the table and spills your beer.
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