We had previously visited and reviewed the excellent Kunsters that used to be at this address, so we thought we would give this new restaurant a visit. I am very glad that we did. My wife and I both had cauliflower soup for starters. It was excellent, hot and delicious. For our main course, my wife had halibut while I had an enormous Wienerschitzel. Both dishes came with a generous portion of bratkartoffel. Both main courses were very good. If I had a minor criticism, it would be that the bratkartoffel (fried potatoes) lacked a little finesse and could have been sliced a little more thinly.
Desserts were on offer, but although we both have large appetites, we were too full to order dessert.
This is a family run restaurant. The owners are very friendly. We wish them every success in their new restaurant. It is in a village and so it will not be easy, as there is no passing trade. We visited on a Wednesday and it was quiet. I think there were perhaps just six covers, but we were told that it is busy on Friday and Saturdays and especially on Saturdays booking is needed.
The food here is better than that normally found in this area of Germany. It is well worth a visit from Stolberg or Aachen.
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