It's hard to find good places to eat German food and I was excited by the prospect of eating here after reading the reviews. Upon walking in, we were seated directly underneath a window unit air conditioner. The host moved us to another booth that would be a tad quieter and cozy. Overall, the atmosphere looked more like a bar stuck in the 70's than other German venues. Of course there were steins and such, but it didn't have the feel of a bavarian hideaway in Hendersonville.
The service was incorrect and the waitress seemed very flustered. Salads came with 2 of the goup's entrees' and she had to be reminded of this after she brough out all of the entrees. Jager Schnitzel was decent, but the mushroom sauce was too spicy. Same for the red kraut. It's not supposed to have heat (spicy). Bratwurst was okay, but unimpressive. The goulash soup tasted like peppered Campbells minestrone. The heralded reuben was soggy and lacked flavor. Overall, this place was not worth the time and effort. As a big fan of German food, it's doing a disservice to other places that serve this food. It perpetuates the stereotype that German food is heavy, oversauced, and not all that good.
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