We went on a Saturday night and the place was not very busy. There was a talented jazz group performing and you'd think it would have been busier. It seemed like a bad sign, but everything was very good. It started off on a strange note---a very good martini was served in a tumbler---but we rectified that and everything went well afterwards. The food---salmon, chicken, salads---was excellent, prepared exactly as ordered. An unusual bread, like a french bread but sweeter, was served and we were told it was homemade. In fact, our server said everything is made to order. An unexpected finding was the large number of German dishes on the menu. They were said to be very popular. Drink and food prices were reasonable.
The presentation was handsome and the service was professional. In fact, everyone from bartender to servers, were helpful and friendly. I can only surmise the economy is responsible for the surprisingly quiet evening. The only drawback: the wine list was limited and uninteresting, I was afraid to try the $4.50 house wine and stayed with a mixed drink. A wider variety would seem a necessity.