When you first drive up don't let the appearance fool you. This place is the real deal. Yeah the snack food ptetzels are a little off putting, but once Larissa greets you and gets your appetizer order, the pretzels are a second thought. Everything on the appetizers looks great, but the Wurstchen Schnippchen is a meal in itself. What you get is a HUGE plate of german sausages, grilled and slice, served up with some great stone ground mustard.
For a main course, my wife had the Kasespatzle and it was delicious and a very large portion that comes with 2 sides. As one side, try the homemade applesauce, it is a dessert by itself. I had the large veal schnitzel dinner and Larissa recommended I try the jager and the spezialitat des hauses. She was right on the money again as both styles were delicious and the veal was perfectly breaded, fried and was very tender.
The meals are very reminscent of a meal you would get in Germany. Very large and inexpensive. At the end of the night we were stuffed and had to get dessert to go. The beer list is not huge by anyones standard, but is very well thought out and you will find something for anyones taste.
Try The German Pantry you'll have no regrets. If you get Larissa as your server, consider it a bonus.