This is a wonderfully quaint little spot for a light meal consisting of tasty German fare. We were in German Village and decided to stop in after reading the TripAdvisor reviews. We expected a delightful spot based on what we had read and I have to say we were not at all disappointed. It had a very quaint appearance on the outside in line with the look of the neighborhood. The interior was equally charming as it had a dining room with a bakery counter and a gift shop attached. The two ladies working the shop were clearly German adding to the impression of authenticity. They were both polite, very friendly and personable. The décor was very tasteful in line with the theme of a Germany eatery. The service was excellent and the menu prices were very reasonable. We had the lentil soup and the spätzle with meat sauce. The latter was quite good but the soup was probably the best I had ever tasted. It was a huge portion and was enough for lunch by itself. It contained pieces of sausage giving it a great flavor. The only negative I could say was that the coffee was only average. Otherwise, it was a great lunch. We made a stop by the bakery on the way out to take away some cookies and some pretzel bread for later. If you are in the German Village, I recommend stopping in for a light meal or to nab something from the bakery.
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