We had lunch here on our way to Neuschswanstein Castle, and it definitely topped the typical German fare. We ordered the salmon, pork chop and beef, all of which were competently prepared.
The problem with German cuisine is that it simply lacks the refinement of French cooking. Whereas both are using the same basic meats, the French turn these meats into a labor of love with wonderful sauces, whereas the Germans don't really know what to do with the meat.
Having said that, at least it's quality food. Seriously, the Michelin inspectors must really pick their poison when deciding to award a Bib rating to a German restaurant Good food, but just not good enough to deserve a Michelin bib.
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