It's a decent deli tucked away in a little courtyard that gives it charm. The setting outweigh the food.
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I ordered a Reuben sandwich. It was piled high with sauerkraut, but only two, wafer thin slices of corned beef, and an undetectable amount of cheese. They should call it a sauerkraut sandwich! I wouldn't know where to start on their German potato salad. It was so bad; I stopped eating it after one bite! I will not return to... More
Ordinary in all respects (that's ok) but what does shine is the outdoor sitting/eating area. Great place to relax with a coffee and a newspaper (are there any newspapers anymore?)
Everything about the reuben is unbelievable the bread the meat but the best thing is the fact that the sauce is mustard instead of thousand island.
We had lunch here before our spa treatments at the Preston Wynne Spa (next door). The deli is located in a courtyard, so you can sit inside or outside. The food was good and plentiful-typical German fare. We would definitely recommend this restaurant.
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