I was suprised to read the great reviews of this restaurant. My huband and I just came back from the restaurant to see what other wrote. We were so disapointed. First, if you are going tout German, then you should a) have German music in the background, b) opt for another color than pink tablecloths! Our reservations were for 5, the food in the buffet was cold. There was a woman behind the buffet, constantly lifting the lids of the chaffing dishes. She made me feel very intimidated as I scooped out my clumpy tablespoon-size serving of spatzel. The coffee cup was not a match for the saucer, so we needed to balance our coffee carefully. Onto the staff. The greeter was great. The only one in the restaurant with personality. Our waitress was FAR from friendly. She didn't recommend the grape pie (which I really wanted but forgot about), visiting the wine room, etc. Although I have to say she was very energetic when giving us the bill stating that "The tip (of 20%) was included!
Now let's talk about the food. As previously stated, the food was not hot at all. It was tasty, and the little pieces of each food type was probably the way to go with a buffet; less waste. The bread on the buffet was cut into fondue size pieces. As a matter of fact, the butter pats (balls) were bigger than the bread pieces! You can get a sample of everything which was the benefit of the buffet. If you are reading this review and still want to go, I'd order off of the menu and not the buffet, bring your own German music in the car to put you in the mood for a German experience.
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