This restaurant, situated in the lowest lever of a number of townhouses has somewhat of an authentic Rathskeller feel...whether they were going for that or not. The menu is varied, but not too big or complicated. We devoured everything which included potato pancakes, a flat bread appetizer, sauer braten and viener schnitzel. Our waitress was very attentive and took a sincere interest in what we ordered and how we liked it. The decor is not what I recall of a typical German restaurant. I am more used to little trains running around the ceiling and lots of coo coo clocks. This was a little more understated and was less about the culture / kitch then it was about the food. No complaints and was definately a meal you do no walk away from hungry.
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