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Traveling across Texas we were Googling restaurants and came across this little treasure. It was 20 minutes off our path and well worth it. The Jager Schnitzel with its mushroom cream gravy, good enough to put a smile on your face. The bratwurst, oh my...More
Where to begin! Restaurant is a small, 28 seat resturant. We took a chance on showing up without a reservation since we were there at 5 pm when they were opening for the second seating on Saturday. We were warmly welcomed and seated promptly. Lovely...More
You have to really want to go to this place, it is 8 miles west of Merdian, Tx on Hwy 22. You know with the first bite your time has not been wasted. All dishes are real german cooking so its no surprise when you...More
We were mapping real estate and decided to drive out of town to this parlor in a pasture for lunch. We anticipated a cheerful setting and an "off-the-charts" meal. The setting was quaint, cozy, and colorful inside and out. Being the only patrons at the...More
I visited Zur Autobahn as a special mid-week treat while exploring Bosque County. The restaurant is actually about 8 miles southwest of Meridian on Hwy 22 and located in a unique little house. The dining room is small, bright, and very pleasant, with four 6-person...More
Delicious food served by happy, friendly people. The schnitzel is top-notch, and the sauerkraut and red cabbage are both outstanding. Homemade bread was a nice treat, also. If you had a German grandma, you'll be really pleased!
authentic German food at the top of the Texas Hill Country. Dieter and Connie do all the cooking and serving here. small, cozy atmosphere, bring your own wine, and shop some of Connie's selection of jewelry. red cabbage and kraut are both great, and we...More