Relaxing atmosphere that offers well prepared German food. The pork schnitzel was excellent, very large portions. Local brews added to the experience.
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We ordered a typically German platter for 2 which included a salad, I really enjoyed the salad as it had lots of different pickled cabbages and lettuce in it. My husband on the other hand found it a little too sour. The main platter that...More
This very typical deep-in-the-countryside Teutonic restaurant was fully occupied on a Sunday evening. The trout filet was as a good trout ought to be; fresh, mild and subtly bland. The Apfelstrudel was fairly tasty as well as the coffee. The accompanying Siegbert Bimmerle Grauer Burgunder...More
I have been here a couple of times and the foods has been always great. Delicious rump steak and good regional badische and schwäbische food nicely served.
The main room of the restaurant was really traditionally German, but they put us in an outdated side room. The food was good and traditional.