We chose this restaurant because we liked the way it looked from outside and seemed to be serving typical German/Hameln food.
The food was good and of a good size, as known at German restaurants.
The walls were covered with "rat" related texts and expressions, also they served "rat-tails" which we didn't try, so no idea what it is they will really serve you, but if you're in for some surprise I guess it's worth a try, we went for the save side this time: schnitzel and asperagus with a big size beer next to it.
The service of the waiters was maybe a bit slow, but we were on holiday and not in a hurry.
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