Not very memorable. Food was ok. Strudel was very good though. Take some home with you. Very homey interior.
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I would probably say 3 1/2 stars. It is better than average, but not very good. My wife and I went here for dinner. The service was very good and it feel like my grandparents house inside.
The food and service were average. Nothing remarkable to mention. I would not recommend this restaurant to tourists.
Potato pancakes were ok, but a little runny. The red cabbage was good and the potato salad was meh as well. Don't order the veal schnitzel though.....I've never had to struggle to cut veal before and it was rather flavorless. Not worth the money to...More
First time visitors and very satisfied. The location is great right in the old Cotton Exchange and there is convenient parking right across the street. It is not a huge restaurant but there are several rooms that all have an old world charm. The menu...More
We enjoyed lunch with friends, before getting on the road to head home. We chose the bratwurst with sauerkraut and German potato salad. The brats were good, not fatty like the kind you get in the grocery store. The bread was different from the rolls...More
Having lived in Germany and knowing good German cuisine the food served in this restaurant was worst than a frozen TV dinner. The food was microwaved, tastless and poor presentation. Not even close to fine German food.I would never recommend this place .
Let me start by saying we have been coming here over 25 years. We were on site to help celebrate their 20th year....with the original owners. Living in Atlanta, you cannot get German food. This was definitely on our destination list and we were not...More
Conveniently located on the Cotton Exchange, a restored collection of cotton related 19th century business buildings in downtown Wilmington. Service, both sit-down and take out, is excellent. Food is authentic German cuisine, somplete with some apple strudel so good you will swear you are in...More
The tastes and memories of Germany were revived when old friends and travel mates visited The German Cafe. If feels and smells of wonderful Bavarian bratskellers. The weinerschnitzel and chicken schnitzel were wonderful. The dark lager beer (Baltika #4) was excellent. Too full for dessert,...More