I was a little nervous about eating here after reading some of the reviews but the lady sitting next to me on the plane recommended it so I thought, "what the hay?" Nothing else was calling my name anyway. This restaurant is half retail store and it was really slow when I visited at 6 PM on a Tuesday night. There was one octogenarian couple enjoying a romantic evening of sausage and fun. The waitress was very friendly and gave her honest opinion about the different dishes. I ordered the chicken schnitzel, potato pancake, mac and cheese, and french fries. It was a very beige meal! It was nothing remarkable but it was fairly good. The root beer tasted a little off. This is almost one of those landmark restaurants that survives off advertising and marketing, but it I was ever in the mood for German food then I'd consider returning.
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