This quaint restaurant serves authentic Bavarian-style German food with attentive and friendly service and a nice selection of draft German beers. However, the fine-dining prices are not in line with the simplicity of the entrees and casual family atmosphere.
As an appetizer, the cream of garlic soup (cup for $4) was decent, and served with two small slices of dark rye bread and two kinds of mild herb butter. The Schwäbisches Zwiebelfilet (beef and pork medallions with onion gravy - $22) was good, but the spätzle was a rather modest portion. The Münchner Doppeldecker cake (Munich layer cake with Bavarian crème filling - $6) was pleasant but unremarkable. A good meal overall, but conservatively seasoned.
As others have commented, the service here is professional and attentive. The entire staff moved smartly to keep the food coming as the restaurant began to fill up on a busy Saturday Summer's evening. The owner stands guard at the restaurant entrance, greeting each customer and asking if you have reservations. Since I didn't, I was offered a secluded table in the small bar area. There were plenty of open tables in the two dinning areas, and noted some were already set up for large groups, so assumed many tables were reserved for later in the evening. I would recommend reservations to ensure you get a good table.
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