This is much more than a restaurant. It's a small German supermarket. It's has German gifts and magazines and videos. It's kitschy. It's a bakery. It's a small cafe. It's a small restaurant. All in one building. We originally found this place through German Life magazine many years ago, and we usually drop by when we are in Indianapolis. This trip we just wanted dessert and coffee. The coffee is more to German standards, which I happen to prefer, having lived in Germany as a student. The desserts were excellent as always--a multilayered chocolate cake for my wife and blackraspberry strudel for me. We've also eaten from the regualr menu--which as others have noted is mostly sausage. They do serve currywurst--a now ubiquitous fast food item in Germany (originally from Berlin). The breads are, of course, really good too. We also picked up some items in the supermarket section so we can make our own German food at home. These items, as imports, are pricey. This place is family owned and run--and you will sometimes hear German spoken by the diners. We'll be back, as usual, the next time we are in Indianapolis.
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