Having dined here several times, my husband and I have not been disappointed. The first time, the host was gracious enough to seat us even without a reservation. The weiner schnitzel (veal) is prepared and cooked to perfection. I like it with a side order of their delicious mushrooms and the waiter/waitress always oblige. The dumpling reminds me of how my mom used to cook it and the light sauce (gravy) is delicious. The red cabbage is to die for and the basket of bread holds several different grains and is crusty and chewy as they should be! They serve a fine dry Reisling and my husband enjoyes their German beer in tall pilsner glasses. When we feel we can partake of a few more bites, we'll order the apple strudel which is mouth-watering good. The coffee is just right. We get a kick out of hearing the veal being pounded as we dine. It is not an intrusion and makes us feel like we're back in Germany.
On another occasion, a small suckling pig had been roasted for a private party and we were told that we could order an entree with the sliced roasted pig. It was quite a sight to see this whole pig on a platter being whisked out into the outdoor portion of the restaurant! The restaurant is quite lively; yes, sometimes one has to wait a bit longer, but the wait is well worth it. What a great place!
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