The schnitzel was so good that we ended up only having dinner here on our two day stint in the area! Great to hear about the family too, very interesting past and a well earned business that we hope will thrive for years to come!
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We stood at the display counter looking at the goods and were about to order something when a local customer came in and started talking to the server/owner? He chatted with her and ignored us completely even though we were there first. We left. End...More
paid $16 for a hot chocolate coffee a cookie and what look like a turnover prepare by a preschool class. when I question the price I was served a cold plate of attitude with a little sauce on the side .that is the price for...More
I spent many years in Germany.... 5 in the south, 3 more in the north. And I'm confident in saying that I know my brotchen and know my schnitzel. This particular establishment is 'adequate'. Its items are genuine. But overall it nevertheless falls quite flat....More
Great food and friendly service. The menu was surprising as we assumed a bakery with a few options. Great lunch and quick bite place.
A fantastic place for a snack or a lunch. Great selection of cakes and pastries, they also serve substantial cooked meals at reasonable prices.
We had a very nice lunch. The German food was a nice change from what we had been eating on our vacation.
Best sandwich we’ve had out in a long time. Although the side of sauerkraut was pricey, it was quite good. We also bought a loaf of rye bread to take home and it was worth every penny. For a sweet treat, bakery fresh bread, or...More
We went in to get some bread and snacks. Service was slow and rather unfriendly. Ordered a small loaf of bread, 4 or 5 cookies and a 1.5 inch slice of strudel. As mentioned before no prices posted....*** So buyer beware. ASK PRICES. As this...More
We stopped and picked up 2 cookies & a pastry. They are very large and delicious. I was not taken aback by the prices - value is there and I guess we're city people.