I have been going to the Jaegerhaus for 20 years. Actually I don't believe Gustav, the original owner is connected to it any more but that is a side point. As others have said it is an unpretentious venue in a strip mall. The décor is total kitsch with travel souvenirs and maps on the walls, It is a casual, family friendly place. The staff is entirely Mexican with Spanish floating out of the kitchen to compliment the piped music. The owner, a very nice older woman will usually make an appearance, but doesn't seem to be involved in the operation per se.
All that aside though, the standard menu isn't bad at all, and the overall experience is a good one
Now I would personally warn against the "game" options as these were probably frozen sometime in the last decade. I like game meat, and have tried it here over the years, but it has always been tough and dry, and I don't think that the kitchen staff knows how to handle it as it is only rarely ordered.
If you order the "specials" or from the standard menu the food is good if nothing particularly outstanding. It is comfort food as your German American grandmother might cook, and I had a German grandmother so I have some experience in that! In any case, the portions are generous, the beer good, and the taste better than average, all at a very reasonable price.
I would not describe the food as particularly "authentic" but German like tex-mex is to Mexican food, German to an American taste.
I am sure I will eat here when I visit the area in April as I always do. This restaurant is one of my go to places to get a good meal, even if it isn't really Bayerische.
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