I have dined here twice while in the area. Their pork shank osso bucco is very tasty and tender. The gravy is one of the best gravies I've ever had. The dish is served on a patty of mashed potatoes that has been lightly deep fried so there is a crispy coating on it. Overall it is one of my most memorable meals and I wish I lived closer just for this dish. It is well worth the 20 minute wait.
Their trademark fried chicken is quite tasty and I would have it again. They use a spice mix that is flown in from friends in Germany, so the waitress told us. My only complaint was that it was a tad dry and perhaps overcooked.
The decor is pleasant and new but does not completely hide the fact that this is an older building.
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