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All reviews potato soup schnitzel veal pretzels traditional german food service was a bit slow nice dinner excellent beer friday night nice atmosphere old town bridge tourists dunkel square salat shade
Great German food and beer (the sauerkraut was the best that I have ever had!). After a long trip from the US, it was a most enjoyable dinner. A cozy informal restaurant with a very good staff - Thank you.
I met a friend here for lunch yesterday.Hadnt been here for a long time.I ordered Wiener schnitzel ( real Wiener schnitzel) .And roast potatoes and salat.It was excellent, and.very filling,Really good portion.
My son and I were visiting Passau and had dinner here. The restaurant is very traditionally German but the food was a cut above what one normally finds. I had schnitzel and my son had kase spaetzel. The atmosphere was friendly and inviting, the service...More
We had our thanksgiving meal here and while there was no Turkey the Bavarian beer and entrées we selected were fabulous. My wife had the cordon Bleu and I had the pork cutlet topped with fresh tomatoes and cheese. Both came with salad and the...More
We visited this restaurant based upon the high Trip Advisor rating. It is an old and somewhat dark. We’d describe it as German quaint inside, and a traditional kind of spot. We went for their “light” menu options. We had the Bavarian sausage with kraut,...More
Grabbed lunch after a group tour. One of our party of 7 googled restaurant near me at the und of the tour and this place came up. It was right around the corner. Food was very good, but it was the atmosphere and service that...More
Highly recommended plaza-facing restaurant shaded by broad-leafed trees, adjacent to the Danube River and Passau’s historic hanging bridge. I began lunch with the light and delicious Bavarian Kartoffelsuppe (potato soup) stewed with a hint of bacon and many small potato cubes —almost al dente, definitely...More