Me, my girlfriend and a friend of mine went to Linderhof on one Saturday on Oct 2013. The first to catch attention was the old decor with chandeliers and art-work reminding of by-gone European ages, which was a welcome change of ambience for us. The crowd was mostly a combination of upper-middle-class people in 40-70s, with a few young couples occupying a couple of other tables. We ordered a combination of Schnitzel and Wurst dishes. The Shnitzels are the best I have ever had anywhere in US. Not that the food tastes completely authentic German (it gets pretty close though for a non-German), but it was a good combination of spices and condiments that made the food taste good. The Wurst was okay, but nothing extraordinary. The beer selection was good, so was the music (a man playing known tunes in an accordian). The waitress was not the most informed about the food or the drinks, and had to refer to people in the kitchen every-time we asked any qiestion about the menu or the time for cooking or ingredients. But in the end, I had left my credit-card on the table (I was half drunk after 3 beers), she followed us to the arking lot, stopped the car, gave back my credit card, and also, packed us some bottled water for the road (I was not the one driving though). We did like the gesture. Overall, a good experience of food and ambience, especially, I would highly recommend the Shnitzel combo dinners at Linderhof any day.
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