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i ate here on a regular basis when karl kaner owned the restaurant. we were back two times after the sale and were not impressed. went back for my birthday and were dissapointed there was only one other couple there so we excpected the worst....More
From wine to appetizers, German cucumber salad,
My husband had the duck, he said the best he had ever had. The veal schnitzel, terrific. The sides just as great. Will definitely be returning.
Thank you to the owners for an amazing place.
This is an excellent restaurant and one of my top favorites. I have been dining at Karlings Inn for numerous years and the meals are always excellent. The presentation of the food is beautifully done and the flavors are magnificent. The enviroment is quaint and...More
We were visiting relatives in the area and decided that a good German meal would be wonderful ending to an enjoyable visit. The restaurant is easy to find, and parking was easily available in front of the establishment. There were two other parties in the...More
We have passed Karlings Inn many times over the for years traveling up and down US17 and probably always said we really need to stop there......just so happened that this time it worked out for us.
We were the first in the restaurant for the...More
...the place is amazing! The last time we dined here was over 30 years ago, and we absolutely loved it! Fast forward to Saturday night, and we returned to find the food was just as delicious, the owner was just as pleasant and accommodating, the...More
Yes, they have wine by the bottle or several types by the glass. I don't drink beer, but my husband does. They have several kinds of beer, but I believe the only one on tap is Warsteiner. The others being bottled... More
Yes, they have wine by the bottle or several types by the glass. I don't drink beer, but my husband does. They have several kinds of beer, but I believe the only one on tap is Warsteiner. The others being bottled. However, the Warsteiner my husband drinks when we go there is definitely NOT a dark beer, although it's possible they have both.
Response from captainbills | Reviewed this property |
Apparently business has picked up at Karlings and a competitor noticed the influx of patrons. When you can read through comments like those written, you learn the motive and rhyme and reason for the negativity of the writer.