Everything about this restaurant is wonderful - entrees, appetizers, desserts, drinks - this is a hidden jewel in Augusta!
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We have been coming here for 15 years to the cutting horse futurity. We have eaten here each year. For health reasons we stopped in 2009. Back this year. Same place, same great food, German food is the best since we left Germany. Prime rib is excellent. Our waitress Meagan Waters was the best. Left us wanting for nothing. Good... More
Not just German, but Italian food as well. I usually get whatever fish special they have, and have never been disappointed. If you just want great salads, they have them, too! Service is exceptional. They have a full bar and German Beer on tap (try finding that anywhere else in Augusta). Favorites are the stuffed, baked pretzel appetizer, the mixed... More
My husband had a prime rib which he thoroughly enjoyed. I had lasagne that was huge. It had plenty of meat and cheese and was very delicious. I asked for a box to bring home and there was still enough afterwards for 2 lunches. On the downside, the service was extremely slow. The bartender has to serve the bar and... More
While visiting Augusta, Ga., we stopped at this restaurant after having eatened here 25 years ago. Still the same owner and manager, Peggy Schaffer. This restaurant is famous for German food all prepared on site by the 79 yr old owner. The diner meals we had were very delicious. The salad and chicken strips l had were supreme. The tastiest... More
Food was great as usual and service was excellent! Tripp was our waiter and he did a good job playing happy birthday on the bells for a party beside us. Great dining experience!
We were in Augusta as evacuees of Matthew and were attracted to Villa Europa b/c of its German specialties. It's a dated and tired place but the food was good and the place was packed when we arrived. We really enjoyed appetizers of the fried mushrooms with horseradish sauce and the German style pretzels with Bier-cheese sauce (mmm!). We both... More
We usually go here every year for our anniversary and also at least once every couple of months for over 22 years. Decent food, usually very good service. We love the apps, fried mushrooms with horseradish sauce and bavarian fritters are our favorites. Can't go wrong with the french onion soup, potato soup is also good. I love the beer... More
Any of the german food ESPECIALLY IF YOU NEVER TRIED IT. They serve the most popular German, Italian AND American food. My server was Tripp and he was a trip! He was super conversational and a VERY GOOD server! I would recommend to anyone who's anyone that has 20$ and is wanting real food instead of fast food and doesn't... More
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