Food was good, but service was the stand out. Our waitress was attentive and prompt. Good place for German gifts too.
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We stopped here for lunch while visiting family in Dallas and had a great lunch. The grilled Bratwurst and red cabbage was the best of all that we sampled (also had the potato pancakes, hungarian chicken, red cabbage, german potato salad, sauerkraut, Hot Amsterdam). Potato...More
Great menu selection, all good. Great Service. But Parking gets tight. Most people get an order from the bakery before they leave.
I think it just allow me to forget that I am in Dallas while I am there. It is a small and quaint place. Full of dutch memories. If you ever been in Germany, or Holland, it has a resemble of that feeling a great...More
Food was average, atmosphere was ok... I had the Wiener Schnitzel ($10.50) - Their menu is available online for checking out before hand... There was not a kids menu, but they made my 5 y/o a grilled cheese sandwich... The accordian music was not too...More
I was a little leery about eating in a restaurant that's basically inside a grocery store, but once I got my food, it was all good. The food was awesome! The atmosphere was casual, and our waitress was as nice as could be.
This place has been around a long time. Quaint, family owned treasure. The pastrami sandwich was one of the best I have ever had. The flavor was amazing. And the red cabbage side can't be beat. Would go there often. Atmosphere is charming. The service...More