I don't like the term foodie and had to make an exception to use it but I do have some friends that pride themselves on finding this kind of place. It is out of the way, in an interesting, unexpected setting, has great food in a cuisine not readily found, the proprietress and all the staff are friendly with personality and overall the cost is reasonable.
We tried one of the schnitzels and the rouladen and both were excellent The schnitzel was tender and tasty. The rouladen was mostly meat rather than heavily stuffed as some are. We wanted to try as many of the side dishes as possible. The spaetzel and red cabbage were excellent. The sauerkraut was prepared in the Bavarian way which is mild, less salty and vinegary but very flavorful. The German potato salad was somewhat what you would expect but cut up on tiny cubes. Everything is ala cart and the entrees by themselves might seem pricey($11 for one rouladin) but it is balanced out by reasonable prices on the beer and wine. The meatballs as appetizers were also very good They were spiced with what reminded me of curry or maybe cumin. We had a great time and look forward to returning.
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