Having lunched and dined at many gasthauses in Germany when serving with the Army I can vouch for the title of this review. This venue affords an inviting, colorful, environment for the diner and the extensive food offerings are indeed found in most German restaurants, especially the schnitzels. I recommend the Jagershnitzel, although any of the others are as good. Disappointing that they do not have weissen beers, but they do have a number of authentic German brews, with Kostritzer Blacbier being a standout. Also a minus: they were out of Black Forest cake - unpardonable. Service is good - it has to be because they will add 15% tip to your bill. Plenty of parking. Handicapped patrons on wheel chairs can be accommodated, but there is not that much room between tables. Restrooms are clean but small. This restaurant is well-worth several visits if you like German cuisine.
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