So no one goes to Hermann for the cuisine, really. Its all about the wine.
We came here as they advertised german food among other things. Well, 2 types of schnitlze and a bratwurst entree among an otherwise large-ish menu, does not a german restaurant make. Or even warrent the advertising of german food. Hermann mostly rolls up the sidewalks at 5pm so choices were limited.
The schnitzle in question was really just the pork tenderloin used in sandwiches with a lackluster gravy on top. It came with german potato salad that was really more of a dressing soup with small bits of potato in. Maybe we got the dregs of the batch? I hope?
The food wasn't terrible just....meh at best. Service however, was pretty awful. There were about 6 other groups there, mostly couples, and one large one, but the servers (3-4 that I could see) were so flustered by having the place half full that it took forever to get anything other than water, our plates weren't cleared 20 minutes after finishing eating, and we had to go to the counter to get the bill since the waitresses all dissapeared simultaneously.
Overall, I wouldn't go back unless everything else was closed. And if I did, I'd stick with a burger and fries. Still just meh, but less dissapointing than the rest.
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