Wonderful!!! German food.... but as a vegetarian they had choices that pleased me. Don't forget apple strudel for desert.
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We have been to this restaurant many times and have always had a great meal. The location adds to the dining experience as it is directly on the Indian River. The grouper was extremely fresh and the German food was excellent.
Crazy good German restaurant and truly customer service oriented. Food is so delicious. You must go if nearby
Having already mentioned that our favorite restaurant in the area (Continental Flambe) had closed and that we were looking for a replacement in the old rotation, we decided to finally drive the ten miles south and find this place. Not only did we get the...More
My wife and I had been at a graduation celebration and decided to grab a bite on the way back to the hotel. We had eaten at Cafe Coconut Cove before and wanted to try it again. We did not have reservations but it was...More
Excellent German Food. Beautiful setting on the Indian River I have been to this restaurant many many times and have never been disappointed. It is outstanding!
A good German restaurant. They don't take reservations so the weekends can get pretty busy. Food is delicious, service is good, it's wheelchair accessible, and reasonably priced. The restaurant is right on the river and the sunsets from there can be pretty spectacular! All in...More
The home cooking is always wonderful. Be sure to save room for desert. You can sit by the river and watch the sun set so the ambiance is excellent. Kind of feels like someone turned their living room in to a restaurant. Service is friendly...More
Wife's and My favorite restaurant! We live about 50 miles west of Melbourne but usually go there about 6 times a year. The food is always delicious, service is wonderful! They don't rush you, allow you to enjoy the experience. Colleen & Tanya are excellent...More
This German restaurant is a gem. It is on the Indian river and has fantastic views. It appears to be a house where the ground floor is turned into a restaurant. My husband is third generation German, his grandparents immigrated to the U.S. from Germany...More