We specifically went to eat here because they advertised authentic German food. We came during lunch and were seated at a table in the back. The atmosphere is dim and cozy. There are a variety of dishes to select from and we had the Bratwurst (with kraut) and the Weinerschnitzel. My boyfriend, who is from Germany, said that the food was pretty good and close to what he had at home. The portions are large and come with potato and soup/salad side dish. They offer a full bar and desserts. The price is on the expensive side, but you are in the Hamptons.