When we saw two items on the dinner menu, a filet (6 oz or 9 oz) or German dumpling, we were caught off guard as to whether we wanted to risk dinner to such a limited menu. We learned from our server the menu has been limited and unchanged for decades but she promised the dessert choices would make up for limited entree choices. A filet is not our preferred cut of beef, but ours was tasty. The salad and baked potato accompaniments were tasty. The prices are quite reasonable so I would say this is a good value. The desserts were delectable. I had a brownie, served hot with ice cream and my wife had a Napoleon. Both were as good as we have ever had. Overall, this is worth the stop and the value makes it a good experience. For me, though, given a couple other items, perhaps a fish and a pasta or veal dish, would take this from four bullets to five bullets. Oh, and the place only accepts cash.
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