2 very small dining rooms in an old house on A1A. Dated decor but so what. Brought some neighbors who are not familiar with German cuisine and they loved it. Super-large schnitzels with a choice of accompaniments, e.g. Mashed potatoes and gravy, fries, german potato salad. Soup came with and we all tried the sauerkraut and bacon - best I have ever had. Portions so large we all took home leftovers. Excellent dark bread with a cheese spread. My husband had the pierogis filled with mashed potatoes - he is a connoisseur of pierogis and loved them. Several beer choices but the wine list sorely lacking. Mediocre house wines and the German wines are nondescript and boring. No good German red wine . Server was a young European gal who was prompt, knowledgeable and affable. No room for dessert. Bill for 2 with glass of wine, iced tea and tip around $45. A touch of Deutschland in Ormond Beach, Fl.
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