The only problem is that there are so many great things on the menu it's hard to choose. My casolatte was very good as was the sauerbraten; very good service. Highly recommend giving it a try if you like German or French food.
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We have eaten here several time and come back with friends. When you can't decide if you want French or German food, this is a great little spot. Charming atmosphere, delicious food, good wine, moderate prices.
A great marriage of French and Germany cooking. They have a massive collection of beers on the wall to select from! The schnitzels are made from several different meats, not just veal. Salads were fresh and tasty.
Went here on the recommendation from the owners of the B&B where we stayed. A small intimate restaurant near the end of main Street. We had escargot and the special, which was trout...both excellent. The waitress knew which wine would pair well with our meal....More
Four of us had dinner at Fritz and Frites, three opted for German dishes which were well received, and I chose the special French entrée for the evening. Service was attentive but not intrusive. My husband and I ordered Kir Royale before dinner which was...More
A very cute restaurant. Catchy name. The food was interesting but average in execution. The dessert was very good. I would eat there again.
Quaint Atmosphere Attentive Waitstaff Authentic French and German cuisine (Phenomenal Schnitzel and Onion Soup) Brunch is a must!
Unique concept wither the French/ German theme, but it really works here. The food was well-prepared and presentation was above average. Wine menu- not too deep but very much suited to pairing with menu selections. The sauces were Devine! We ordered more bread twice in...More
Went there a few years ago and it was pretty good. Decided to try again, and they didn't answer the phone. I called back and they hung up on me. In the window, they are advertising that they need help. Maybe it's best to wait...More