What I like: The restaurant is handsome and the waitstaff is friendly. We began our dinner with two different salads; both were very good, especially the one with a chiffonade of kale. Both were well dressed with excellent vinaigrettes.
Our friend who selected the calves liver enjoyed her dinner. My wife and enjoyed the sausages on our main courses. However my pork chop -- a real bellweather of good German fare -- was tender but virtually without much flavor. The spaetzle on the plate were okay but without any gravy or sauce, it was as if a side order of undressed ziti or spaghetti were placed on the plate. Combining the bland pork and the bland spaetzle was a disappointment.
The noise level was medium high and the menu choices were limited. Still it was good enough for another visit. After all it's difficult to find good German-Alsatian-Austrian fare that seems based more on quality than quantity.
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