I would give five stars to our server, Cheyenne. She was super friendly and we appreciated that. My mother was Bavarian, and I have learned to appreciate great German food (as well as I know how to make it). Where do I start? The red cabbage was outstanding. The spaetzle was dry and overcooked, like it had been sitting in a skillet for hours. It was palatable, but definitely underwhelming. The sauerbraten. Oy. I didn't know beef came is such a perfect square shape! It reminds me of those turkey loaves you buy in the frozen food section. Rubbery and really gross. The gravy...total disaster. It was dark brown, thick and just plain awful. It tasted like it came in a can. Hubs got the sausage plate, which he liked. I'm happy for him, but having grown up in a German delicatessen, I've eaten plenty of sausages to last me a lifetime. The German tap beer was delicious, and served properly. Like I said, our server made the experience better. The food...'meh.
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