What a great little find. Owner greeted us and made us feel very welcome. We speak no German and he spoke no English, but he still patiently worked through the menu with us and we ended up with a great meal at a great price.
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We don't speak any German and yet the cook helped us find our way in and the waitress was friendly and fast. Great prices (posted pics of the menu) and tasty schnitzel. I will never experience such an authentic German bierhall and thoroughly enjoyed it!
Upon entering this restaurant were we looked upon as not being welcome, which was later confirmed when the restaurant proprietress asked us in an almost hostile way what we wanted to drink prior to our dinner. We should have left after finishing our drinks, but...More
Lovely old building, going back many centuries. The main room has a great atmosphere for sitting and drinking the local pils. We came here on two evenings, one for a meal and the other for drinks only. I can't recommend the food (deep fried, not...More