Four of us dined here recently on a Sunday afternoon and the food was outstanding. I can definitely say it was some of the best German food I've ever had. It puts to shame the German food I have to deal with during winter months in Florida. The savory mushroom crepe was wonderful, full of large slices of mushrooms. We also shared a side order of the baked spaetzle which everyone loved. The Wiener Schnitzel was truly outstanding prepared all three ways. The accompanying red cabbage and spaetzle were so tasty. Usually I've found spaetzle typically under spiced and kind of blah but not here, it was great on it's own. The German beef goulash melted in your mouth, my wife loved it. On a non-German note, one of us had the Chicken Provence which was great as well, the ravioli and sauce were one of a kind.
We spoke at length with the father of the Proprietor who was the original owner and he was very sociable and helpful in understanding how the food has evolved there and why their German food isn't like your typical German food. He definitely convinced me to come back for the Sauerbraten which I've not enjoyed at other establishments but sounds so good how they prepare it. The four of us also intend to make reservations for the Oktoberfest celebration which sounds like a lot of fun.
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