A few years ago, we used to come here often before heading to the symphony. The restaurant was always packed; the food, hot and delicious. My husband and I recently came for a date night at eight o'clock on a Friday night. The place was deserted. It was a bit weird. One couple came in, sat down, took a look at the prices and left. Later, as we ate our food in the empty dining room, the staff came out and loudly regaled each other with stories as they did a tasting at a nearby table.
**If you are sensitive to smoke, this is probably not the place for you. The place smelled like they had just hosted a convention of chain smoking monks. In fact, my husband is pretty sure he saw some puffs of smoke coming from the back.**
The food was good, although the wiener schnitzel was dry. The chef let us taste his version of sauerkraut. It was pretty good (this coming from a non-sauerkraut loving person). The cheese, bread and apple are a great touch. We had a wonderful, capable waiter.
If they air the place out, we would come again.
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