I recently moved to the Floral Park area and am exploring the neighborhood restaurants. My husband and I enjoyed our experience at Koenig's. Just the two of us went out for dinner on a Saturday and though the restaurant had a decent crowd plenty of tables were available. We were definitely the youngest people there (in our mid thirties). The decor is totally vintage which I find charming and interesting. Our waiter was average: not the friendliest but he did his job and was attentive. Upon arriving we had water in our glasses, a menu, and a wine list. With our drink order we received a basket of their rye bread which was DELICIOUS! My husband had draft German beer which he enjoyed and I had Merlot which was good and a large glass. Shortly after we ordered drinks we received the salad of the day which was a cucumber and onion salad -loved it! I had the pork schnitzel entree and chose red cabbage and spaetzle as my sides (you get to choose a starch and veggie). The cabbage was a bit on the sweet side but I love red cabbage and ate it all, the spaetzle was very yummy and the pork was amazing- perfectly cooked, juicy, fresh and not fatty at all. My husband had the Weiner Schnitzel in gravy and enjoyed it very much, he thought the cabbage was too sweet and noted that the mashed potatoes were made from a box (get the spaetzle!). We didn't have any dessert or coffee as the portions are very large and the food heavy and filling. It's a great old school place with very good German food items. I wouldn't book here for an event but for a casual dinner with friends and family it's great. We are planning on bringing our parents when they visit.
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