It was a quiet Wednesday when we went--Veronica seated us and then regaled us with stories of old East Germany while suggesting some great appetizers. We had homemade soft pretzels with mustard and sour cream-great! At our table we had rouladen, jager schnitzel, and crackling pork/zieguner art, sides were knodlen, spatzle, red cabbage and potato salad. First--the meal is prepared old NE german style-- a little lighter than the Bavarian or Hessen that Americans or used to. Still, it was delicious. The potato salad was a "cold" style salad, lots of mayo or sour cream, not the hot potatos with dill and bacon that we usually associate with German potato salad- so it was different but still great! The knodlen, spatzle and red cabbage were home made and tasted it. The rouladen were excellent--didn't have as much mustard or as strong a pickle as in west Germany, but it and the Zieguner pork were still outstanding! The schnitzel was a little overcooked for me but my friends found it great (perhaps that is the way they did it in the east). They only had one hefe weisse, a Franziskaner. Franzis are good, - but I would have loved a hefe Dunkel with my rouladen. Still, they did carry Spaten and even a bock on tap.
Will definitely go there again- in fact-looking forward to it.Excellent food, friendly service, reasonable prices and good beer-- what more could you want?
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