We wanted something different and good reviews led us here. We are not very familiar with German cuisine, but enjoyed our meals. Karl, the owner's son, was very helpful with suggestions and the Grillhaxe was cooked perfectly, crispy on the outside and juicy and tender inside. The beef goulash was very good, and even better the next day as leftovers. I did notice the goulash dish especially seemed to be seasoned pretty liberally with salt.
Dinner was a pricier than we expected, with two entrees, sodas and a split appetizer coming in at $60, but for an occasional splurge, we will return.
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