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We were in the mode for schnitzel, not the most Saxon of dishes but we were determined. We researched the social media sights, and sought advice from our concierge and finally landed with Kartoffelhaus. We both had schnitzel, me pork, and my wife veal. We...More
After scouring the streets and checking-out a number of overpriced restaurant options, we plumped for the No.1 Tattie Hoose on the edge of the old town based on the menu options and apparent value for money. Service was a bit disorganised and initially we felt...More
Wonderful place! Wooden interior and furnitures create a folkloristic and traditional atmosphere, to not forget to mention the huge dools reprising old farmers, absolutely lovely. The staff was so kind and warm (special thanks to Patrick, thanks for such great service) and coming to the...More
This is the worst treatment we have got in Germany so far . I asked for a Potato with mushrooms and it didnt have any mushroom . When we asked the waiters to change it she refused it and she was very very rude ......More
It's all about potatoes...fried,cooked,mashed,crispy or just plain...if you like different potato dishes this is the right place. There was enough on our plate to get filled up and it is tasty. The prices are a bit above the average, but that is what we expected...More
We went to have lunch in this place. The name suggests there will be lots of potatoes but in fact the dish I chose was rather poor on potatoes. This was quite disappointing. It was also not clear from the description that it was going...More
Did expect more. Had the only steak on the menu but that didn't come with potato so ordered a baked potato which the kind waiter told me would be too much to eat. Got it anyway and it was just a baked potato with a...More