This is a German restaurant, but the food selection is not really 100% German. There you can find a blend between low country and German specials, so if you fancy schnitzel or shrimp and grits, you can have them both.
The attention is good but it could be better at the tables. At the bar there is a fair selection of German beers and the ambience is great, which is not very common in a small town like this.
The food is very good but not great, and the prices are not cheap but the size of the plates make up for it, because they are big.
If you are around here at noon, don't bother because they only open in the evenings.
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