The ambiance of this place is truly German. From the log high beam ceiling to the piano player playing Edelweis. Our dinner was very early because we were attending a comedy show, so we walked in on a very old crowd not very busy.
However, around 6:30 the place was hopping and they ran out of one of their speicials (not sure how that happens on Saturday night at 6:30). So that was a negative.
The food was good, although I had the crispy skin pork shank and it wasn't quite what I expected (I don't know what I was expecting). It was like a huge bone slung on my plate with a crispy fried chicken skin. Tasted a bit like fried pork rinds (of course). This was served with sauerkraut (very good) and a dumpling (not so good). Once I figured out how to remove the skin and get to the meat it was tender and well cooked, but by then it was kind of too late.
Anyway, for the true German ambiance I will give it a very good. Our waitress was not great, very slow and not so friendly.
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