Family atmosphere, fresh food 🥘, excellent service,delicious desserts,clean,cozy,I recommending to visit.
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This is a cute hole-in-the-wall German restaurant. I went here with my friend who was born and raised in Germany and she was very happy with the food! She had white sausage. I had potato leek soup and we both had pretzels which were tasty....More
Had several german specialities over the years. Roulade, Schnitzel, Brats, etc. The Roulade was meh. Schnitzel good and and the brats eh... wish they had grill marks or as least pan-roasting marks and not just boiled. The Rotkohl was very good and warm potato salad...More
Was difficult to find. Small bakery/restaurant with fresh baked goods with a German tilt (pretzel bread with cheese, etc) Selection is not huge but adequate and fresh.
If you crave some German Abendessen (not to mention some German baked goods) this is the place to go. Birgit and her staff will make you feel welcome and feed you well.
An excellent place for a European breakfast ... strong coffee, great pastries and breads, and a fantastic breakfast selection. I also come here to purchase pretzels for special occasions.
We were a little disappointed in the selection, we were expecting more. We did have a poppy seed danish, good.Several of the choices had poppy seeds. We were there for breakfast.
Esther's is NOT pretentious. Just good German good at very reasonable prices. Son 1 had the pork shank- it was huge and very tender. Son 2 and I both had the beef roulade - a slice of roast beef rolled around pickles, mustard and other...More