Well, to be honest, we were looking for more of a selection of wursts (sausage). There were only two types, one of which we did not want (white). So, we opted for the Pork loin, which were Pork chops and not loin. However, they were smoked and tender, so they were pretty good. The potatoes and sauerkraut are delicious. The sauerkraut is not the typical sour kind, but more on the sweet side, the way real sauerkraut should be. The beer was fabulous - called Spaten Maybock. I like a beer with a little bitterness and a lot of alcohol. This was it. The service was very good and the atmosphere good also. The only reason I am not giving the food a 5 is because they did not have knockwurst and they were chops and not loin. Our total bill without tip came to $85.14: 4 beers $28 2 Dinners $37.90 1 Dessert $5.50 and 1 after dinner drink $6.00 Tax $7.74. Was it worth it: Yes. When we are on vacation we splurge. And the only place we can get good German food in South Florida is Epcot.
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