My boyfriend really wanted to eat German food in BA and this was the closest to where we were staying. Nearly walked straight past it as it is fairly unassuming from the outside. It also wasn't open yet although we got there at 8pm. We went for a short walk to fill time until it opened and it was worth the wait.
The interior was very old school as were the older gentleman waiters, all decked out in white with bow ties. Very very quaint!
I can understand why this place has received mixed reviews but it was just what we were looking for after having been travelling for over 4 weeks.
My bf had german sausages and mash, I had a schnitzel and we ordered steamed vegies on the side. The meals came out looking quite plain but very substantial. The vegies were more boiled than steamed and didnt look that great but everything was delicious!! The schnitzel tasted just the way my mum makes them and we really felt like we were having a wholesome home cooked dinner.
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