My family enjoys German food on occasion, so we were pleased to hear positive opinions about this restaurant. We were "greeted" by a perplexed looking woman who seemed taken aback we were there. I can only imagine they she was unaccustomed to seeing children (my neatly dressed young teen and school-aged sons). It was obvious the average age of the clientele here is significantly older, but her reaction was off-putting. The restaurant reminded me of my grandparent's living room, but it is not necessarily bad to be different. The live piano was nice and really surprised my younger son. The service was friendly. My sons enjoyed the wurst platter, and my husband and I both had sauerbraten. I felt it was nowhere near sour enough--but it never is for me. The potato dumpling was delicious. The greeter woman was more friendly on the way out, asking if the children liked the food. Give it a try and bring your open-minded, well-behaved young children just to shake things up for them AND for this restaurant!
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