I read about this place in a little blurb in the Boston Globe and went there last Saturday to try it out. Note: On Saturdays and Sundays they have a Brunch menu so no Goulash ;-(
Weekdays there is a lunch menu. They are also doing Dinners now.
Anyway it's BYOB. I had the potato pancakes with sour cream and smoked salmon, good size serving with nice garnishes (capers, radish, pickle). I asked for bread and the choices were white, rye and sunflower seed all baked there. Came with unsalted butter and a Liptauer cheese spread, very good. My husband had bratwurst, potato salad (German style, no mayo) and sauerkraut cooke with either bacon or smoked ham. All very good and reasonablly priced. Would recommend and go again.
The special dessert was Bienenstich (bee sting cake) a little dry, not memorable.
Coffee very good, service friendly and accomodating. Hope they can keep this up, nice addition to the Portland dining scene. It is a storefront and decor is mostly modern type paintings but no polka or alpenhorn music.
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