Ambience outside is a little ordinary and the inside seating rather dated and stiff ...but the food makes up for all that!
Delectable German specialities with generous portions is served.
You don't get to eat this sort of food which is almost 'home-cooked' in Pretoria, so this is certainly a place to keep in mind if you want to appreciate the authentic German kitchen!
Rye bread and traditional butterschmalz is served as soon as you order. The menu has a good variety of traditional dishes with a decent wine list.
The specials of the day are exceptional value for money! The veal schintzel was soft and delicious and the pork schweinsbraten with crackling was crispy-crunchy and bursting with flavour!
Speaking German is a bonus but not a pre-requisite; service from the owner to the waiter was hospitable and not over bearing.
And certainly one of the best made 'don-pedros' in the city made with real cream and good quality whisky!
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