Firstly, we found the food to be mostly very good. The pork belly dish was huge & succulent, although the dumplings were more like potato cakes. The sauerkraut and the Goulasch with Spaetzle were very authentic. There is a good selection of wine and (German) beer. No craft beers. On the down side however, even after waiting about 30 minutes, the Goulasch was still too hot to eat. Our experience was soured slightly by a group of vocal children who wandered about leaving the door open. We ended up taking our meal away to finish at home.
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