We had lunch on the most miserable of days. Staff were very friendly and new their food and beverages. After a couple of pilsener ales and a little sour apple snapps we were served a tasting platter for two. What can I say. It was like I was in Germany. Cheese Kransky, Kaiserslotten, Bratwurst, Some type of mince balls on a skewer, chicken snitzel and the best cooked smoked hock I have had for a very long time. This was the meat but then there was potatoes: mash, chips, potato salad and a knodel. Did I mention coleslaw, sour kraut and red cabbage. We tried but failed miserably to finish but it all was delicious and right for a winter's type day.
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