We went to the restaurant on a Saturday about 6:00 p.m. and noticed quite a number of people waiting for a table, however, since there was only two of us we were seated within 10 minutes. The restaurant has been well maintained with the original "German" decor still in tact. The prices really have not changed over the years, however, the food portions were much smaller and they needed to be. Years ago, one meal could feed two people. The Schnitzel entree's included German rye bread, soup or salad, and coffee. The waitress was a bit confused, but joked with us that she had a fifty-fifty chance of putting our correct meal in front of us. It looked like she may have been new. The food was hot and the same quality as the original owners prided themselves in. My husband ordered the Vienna Schnitzel with spaetzel and it was huge: he could not eat the whole meal. I ordered the Jaeger Schnitzel and unfortunately it was a little overpowered with the mushroom gravy, but, still was good. Their son and daughter-in-law manage the restaurant now. The hostess was hilarious and joked with us while we were being seated. The restaurant is not a place where you sit and chat with friends for hours. It is a place to go to eat and have a drink or two then leave. The only downfall is that they do not take reservations, but, there are seats in the front area to sit and not have to stand while you are waiting. You can also get a drink from the bar while you are waiting. I would definitely return to the restaurant.
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