We went here on a Saturday, a party of five. When we arrived at 7:30 PM, we were the only customers. I walk by the place every day, and thought it looked nice, so we went in.
I'm glad we stayed. Everyone was happy with their meals, and the prices are not bad, comparatively.
I think it's actually a Swiss restaurant, not German. Although it was late summer, we started with a small order of the House Fondue. There was enough for five people to have a good amount, and it tasted just like a cheese fondue should. It came not only with bread, but also with carrots, cornichons, caper berries and (new to me) boiled potatoes.
For entrees, 3 of us got codfish, which can on top of a fried potato thing, one got chicken, and the last a juicy luscious sauerbraten, with red cabbage and spaetzle.
Everyone liked their entrees, and we even got dessert; a chocolate fondue! Again, it tasted just like it should, and came with chunks of apple, kiwi, strawberries and banana bread. Wonderful!
The beers on tap are great. I had a Czech dark beer, and my father-in-law a Pilsner. Very refreshing. Our waitress sounded like she may have been Czech herself. She was very sweet, but a little slow to bring out the food, though I don't think it was her fault.
A few more people came in while we there. Overall, I think this place is just fine and should get more business.
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