The owner made this visit special. He came to our table and told is about the food, and shared stories about Germany. He was extremely friendly and nice.
The food was very good, but not the top in German cuisine. Perhaps if we hadn't have visited when they were out of many staple foods (one of the downsides of running a business on an island dependent on the Fatherland for supplies), I would have been able to give that 5th star. Still, don't let that dissuade you from visiting. What they did have, was good. The prices were reasonable. The decor was simple, yet mildly homie, and the music... Well, the music was German. What more can I say? Great sauerkraut. And get the potato pancakes... Serving comes with 5 and could feed a small army. Very yummy.
Parking seemed chaotic, so I'd suggest a cab.
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