I have been to many German restaurants across the US and I think this is probably the most authentic German restaurant that I have ever visited. Even the server had a German accent. I had the Jaegerschnitzel and Goulasch Soup and my wife the Schnitzel Sample Platter with pieces of Jaegerschnitzel, Zigeunerschnitzel, Sauerbraten, Beef Rouladen and Spaetzle. On the side we had Roast Potatoes, Red Cabbage and Sauerkraut. The Jaegerschnitzel, Goulasch Soup, Sauerbraten, Roast Potatoes, Red Cabbage, Sauerkraut and Spaetzle tasted exactly like in Germany. The Zigeunerschnitzel and Rouladen were variations of the standard recipes that I am sure can be found in somewhere in Germany, too.
I really enjoyed the food, speedy service and large portions.
The restaurant has an interesting decoration and they even show a video of Germany on the TVs.
I can definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone who is looking for authentic (not Americanized!) German food.
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