We arrived for a late lunch and found a baby-shower about to begin. Despite the hub-bub of setting up for 30+ guests we were well served and the food was really good. The Jaeger Schnitzel was a standout, as were the sides (kraut, potato salad, cucumber salad, wonderful breads).
My Bratwurst was decent, but not great...that said, I'm a sausage-snob who ate his way in sausage across Poland a few years ago. I should have gone for one of the Schnitzels. Still, the delightful staff and guests (a local priest helping to decorate the tables) plus a couple of bottles of Spaten made me feel like a welcomed guest, not a short-term tourist.
Be sure to get a few pastries. We grabbed ours to go and had them at tea-time. Definitely a spot to visit more than once, and very reasonable. I'm reminded of other homey places I love, places that have the character of years upon them--Daquise Polish Restaurant in London, El Bernadino (before its face lift) in Segovia, Spain.
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