This is a great place to catch up with friends for a drink and bite to eat. Kid friendly. I would recommend the snitzels and pork belly, sausage platter is also good.
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This used to be quite good however we were there on New Year's Eve for dinner and it was totally disappointing! There is no German atmosphere at all anymore as waiters are all dressed in black and there is no German music. They really should...More
This place is the place to go if you're craving German food! We were so hungry that we demolished 3 giant servings of sausages, beer and pork knuckle. God, my stomach is rumbling thinking about it. If I had to be picky and point out...More
We entertain our clients in this place on regular occasions. I personally visit this place at least once a month. I noticed, I haven’t reviewed it yet. This Restaurant has Excellent German Cuisine and Hospitality. The food is wonderful and they have drinks that match...More
Great selection of ales to start the session with both craft and German beers. The range of food options are excellent. The servings were generous to say the least. Great value for money in a relaxed environment, an old church. Highly recommend and will be...More
We visited this cafe for my nieces birthday with family. We were greeted by a happy waitress and were shown to one of the Long benches. The waitress took our drink and food orders and they were both were delivered with in a reasonable time....More
Went with friends, was a monday night and I was suprised that it was busy.Drinks pretty pricey , food nice but I dont think anything special.we were bought our meals and no one came near us,we wanted pepper and salt and perhaps come condiments and...More
We absolutely love this establishment and have visited it 5-6 times in the last year. My husband loves the beer menu and I love the ambiance of the converted church with its stained glass windows and excellent selection of food !