The ambience here is all about the locals having fun. The entertainment is good, constantly changing from solos to caberet type numbers to what seemed to be more traditional music (involving drumming/percussion).
The food is not German beer hall style - but Thai and Thai fusion.
The seating is small tables and plastic chairs - not large wooden tables and benches like those found in traditional style beer halls.
The beer seemed to be German-style or German influenced, but that is the most polite I can be about it.
I didn't like it at all.
The service was interesting here - they seemed to want us to order as we were taking our seat. During the night you would have to say the waiters were attentive.
Summary - go here for a good night out.
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