This is a not to be missed place for Sunday brunch ( and dinners! During the week!) casual friendly laid back charm with outstanding food .
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I do not visit this little German restaurant as often as I should. My last visit, for lunch, was in February during a snow storm. I had a cup of ham & bean soup followed by the house-smoked salmon and potato pancakes with capers, onion,...More
Finally got to try Schulte and Herr, after hearing and reading only good reports. My friend and I arrived first...a sweet quaint atmosphere...small and vert clean, but not congested. Lunch menu is very interesting and diverse. Our server was awesome...the vegetarian soup of lentils and...More
This place is out of the tourist area. It is small so reservations are good to have, especially for Sunday brunch. The food is authentic - lots of brats and saurkraut, among other staples. Brunch is great but hard to get a seat without a...More
Visited this cozy spot for Sunday brunch with my husband and adult daughter. (Made reservations in advance on the advice of another Trip Advisor review) . Very small place and every table was occupied. Very friendly staff. We ordered the split pea soup which came...More
This is a small and modest place in an interesting neighborhood. Earlier this month I had Sunday brunch on the recommendation of friends. Due to the smallness of the venue they advised to make reservations which we did. Our table was ready upon arrival. The...More
Very unassuming building and interior and exceptional meals. My wife had the Bratwurst and I had the Schweineschnitzel. We both had delicious potato salad. My schnitzel was superb and really had the German kitchen flavor and texture.
This is a simple byo restaurant in an interesting location, with a husband/wife team running it. Friendly service, coupled with excellent good value food is the key to their success. The house made bread is delicious, and my husband was thrilled with the rheinisher sauerbraten,...More
Small casual and unpretentious restaurant. Simple uncomplicated service. The owners are present. Not a large menu probably a good idea. There is no alcohol so you are encouraged to bring your own wine, which we did. The sausage and meets platter was excellent. The schnitzel...More
We had a great meal at Shulte and Herr. I started with a fabulous smoked trout and pickled beet salad and then had the bratwurst. My wife had the pea soup and excellent pork schnitzel. The bread is made in-house and is wonderful. It is...More