They cook better than most Germans. One of the rarest places where you can eat "kalter Hund" nowadays.
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For a quirky, traditional German restaurant you can't go wrong. The staff is great, and the food is excellent and reasonable.
Always on the lookout for freshly prepared, authentic recipes, my friend and I accidentally discovered Walzwerk on one of our evening walks. After a little research, we decided to give it a try and were not disappointed. We were greeted with a smile, tasty amuse...More
This is probably the best German food we've had anywhere - including in Germany. The rinderroulade was outstanding and the spatzle was memorable. Nice small selection of German beers and friendly service. Very reasonable prices for SF!
One of my favorite German restaurants in SF. I love that it has an old school vibe not common to most of the other German places in SF, and there are a lot of vegetarian options. I always get the spatzel, and it is the...More
We dined at Walzwerk a couple times in the last two months & loved it each time. It is a small place so each time we went with a group of four so we could reserve a table. We started with the soljanka soup (tomato-cabbage...More
This place reminds me of restaurants that I visited in East Berlin in the 70s and 80s. Stark appearance but good food. We had the herring salad, potatoe pancakes, sauerbraten, jaegerschnitzel and rouladen. We enjoyed everything, but the Jaegerschnitzel and saurbraten were the best. And...More
5 Stars from the moment we were seated until we left. Haven't been here in about 3 or 4 years and it's still Fabulous. Our server, Yahni (sp?) was delightful and she was super busy, taking orders, bussing tables, getting drinks, making change and she...More