This is my third visit to this restaurant. I live in the neighborhood and like to support the community restaurant but third time is a " charm" for me. First the good things: I do like the high ceiling, German mural paintings, tall mirror and side table that gives the place a European feeling. The sausages are very authentic and tasty Brat, knockwurst etc. The pricing is also good for a family.
Now the bad. We arrived on a Sunday night at 715 pm with my kids. The chef actually told us to sit wherever as there was no one in the entire place. When the waitress arrived in a huff, she said she would give us time before we sat down to look at the board of specials because she could "not possibly remember everything that was on the board". It was clear she had hope to go home early and was annoyed by our arrival 45 min prior to closing. She spoke very quickly as if her fast speech would expedite our visit and I couldn't understand half of what she said. The food came in a timely manner. The waitress decided to give us a sample of the soup in little plastic cups ( what you use for ketchup). When my husband asked for a spoon, she said " you don't need it, you just chuck it". I felt it was some scene out of Deliverance. We were very nice to the waitress and she eventually warmed up.
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