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All reviews wurst sauerkraut potato pancakes reuben pickled herring smoked pork chop polish sausage salad bread sandwiches meat market great german food german meals butcher shop great deli been coming here for years service was fast and friendly
I’ve been coming here for years, and it’s always great. Order the Wurst Bites as an appetizer if you want to try small pieces of all the different sausages. They also have a great Potato leek soup on some days.
Very reasonably priced menu with a number of authentic German options. Our group tried several of the Sausages including Bratwurst, both the chicken and pork weinerschnitzel, and the chicken sandwich. We were all pleased with our selections. I really enjoyed the warm German potato salad....More
I thought I would try the Wurst Bites as an appetizer and look over the menu. The waitress brought out a platter with half of the plate covered with sauerkraut and the other half with red cabbage. Heaped on top was a variety of sausage...More
In German or English no mater how u say or spell it the food and experience is very good. Seat yourself casual diner style eating with quick service from an obvious experienced wait staff. But what really makes this a five star is the food....More
Libya is a Dallas icon and has been here for about 79 years. Besides being a great German grocery it has a fantastic cafe that serves wurst and schnitzel with all the sides. The food is good and the prices are very reasonable.
In Highland Park, where the rich and elite of Dallas live, there is this great little German restaurant and grocery. The restaurant is a little space on one side of a small grocery store. Even though it is in a high class area, it has...More
I haven't had a chance to eat at the restaurant; but stocked up on German Sausages and groceries and will be back as there are so many varieties of sausage to try. Beer, Sausage, Spaetzel, pickles, mustard, sweets... and house made Streudel.