We were guests of friends when we visited this restaurant. I would say that 3 of the 4 of us were quite pleased. The 4th person was somewhat displeased with his entree.
For drinks, two people had a glass of moscato. One only favors "white zinfandel", but liked the moscato. One person only drinks sparkling water and was glad that they offered Perrier. The remaining person ordered a half-litre of Warsteiner draft. Excellent...and glad that he did not order the full litre. I swear that Americans who have accepted the idea of 2-litre soda bottles still have no concept about ordered a litre of beer. Guests at neighboring tables were amazed at the serving size.
Ordering soup or an appetizer had mixed result. The "celery cake" sounded interesting but was unavailable. One person ordered pumpkin soup and it was enjoyed. The only other person finally settled on a "blue crab appetizer". It's not really German, but regional southern cuisine. Good, but not memorably good.
Before dinner, 3 people had the cucumber "soup/salad" dish. Very good. Diner 4 had a standard green salad.
For entrees, there was a variety ordered. Chicken schnitzel and rahm schnitzel were ordered. Both very good. One diner who seems to predominately like beef ordered a small filet mignon which was pronounced very good (cooked to order). The fourth diner ordered a "special of the day" called Chicken Madagacar. He said the prosciutto in it was burned and had an unpleasant taste. The server said it was pancetta but the customer was still rather disappointed.
If we were rating restaurants on the basis of stars, I'd say they get 3.5 stars. Three people were satisfied with their meals. One was only half-satisfied.
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