I ate here recently, having seen other reviews and seen this restaurant pop up on several sites. The restaurant is upstairs over the cheese shop. I went up the stairs and was surprised at how small it was. Maybe 4 booths, and 2 or 3 tables. It seemed slightly cramped, but it was not crowded, as it was around 1:30 in the afternoon. The menu is pretty simple and straightforward. There are many items on the menu that you have probably had elsewhere in America, nothing that will really stand out as being distinctly German that you probably haven't already had. I ordered the Reuben. It came out piping hot, with generous amounts of corned beef and sauerkraut. The owner also brought out a server with pickle relish, spicy mustard and horseradish. I had a few bites as it was prepared and it was quite tasty. I decided to add the other condiments, including the horseradish and that made it really delicious! The spice and the pungency of the horseradish really added something to this. The chips and pickle were same old, same old, run of the mill. They had a few German beers on the menu, one of which I tried but don't remember the name of it. All in all, it was a good meal, and something you probably won't find anywhere else in Gatlinburg.
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