Some of the best Kneophla soup in town. Small restaurant with great wait staff and great food all around.
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I take my parents there a lot, when you walk in to a restaurant and see all elderly people eating you know you going to get home cooking and a reasonable price!
We frequent this restaurant often. The homemade food from the liver and onions to the great selection of German dishes with a different one being the special just about everyday. The dining experience is quite pleasant from the great food, the friendly staff. and a...More
The food is always delicious no mater when or what time you go there. Breakfast menu there are always so many choices. Today my son had pumpkin pancakes and I had country gravy with cheese and sausage biscuits. On Thursday will go back for Ram...More
While I was in N.D., my family said they had to take me to Frieds. They said they go there at least once a week. I can see why after being there. The food was excellent and the service was wonderful. It is defiantly a...More
This place is known for their German-geared foods like knoephla and fleishkuekle. They have good hot beef and turkey. This is a great place to come for some comfort food and is a nice alternative to chain restaurants.
The people are friendly, service is prompt, menu offers lots of choices (standard fare as well as creative dishes like Boston cream French toast). Prices are reasonable, servings are large, soups and pies are homemade and yummy. It's right off I-94, convenient whether you're just...More
Had a dinner at restaurant on a mid-west trip. The place seemed to attract locals and the food was good. They have a german special each day that looked interesting but did not try. The service was fast. Recommend this place to support mom and...More