We've tried Amber Rose for lunch (Valentine's Day) and a Saturday night dinner. Both times, my husband and I were pleased.
Most recently, I tried the Hunter Schnitzle - a pork tenderloin coated in pretzel crumbs, served with a creamy mustard sauce. The pretzel coating added a different twist. The surprise was the sauerkraut side dish...no bland or overly sour cabbage here...shredded carrots and fennel made a very tasty vegetable.
My husband enjoyed the Weiner Schnitzle - yeah, veal...very tender and w/that unique, fresh veal taste. His spatzle were too doughy for my taste, but every region makes them differently; I use a press for thinner strands.
We split an Apple Crisp which was just right. Service is attentive without being overly so. The interior is rough wood bar, so you don't need to dress up or expect fussiness here. Just satisfying, homemade food.