Richard and I like to try the out-of-the-mainstream places and this is a great find in Reno. Perfect place for a European Heritage Reception, and lunch or dinner with delicious tangy dishes, away from the casinos, but still in a downtown neighborhood. Great Deli with fresh-baked breads, sausage, cheeses, and deli-fare to take home.
I was craving a good sauerbraten, and that's just what I got. Schnitzel is great as well, and you certainly can't get those potato dumplings or spatzle anywhere else. The store attached to the restaurant is great as well. From sausages to candy, and the freshly baked goods are irrisistible. Hopefully the service picks up a bit, was a bit slow most times I've been in. If you want something nice and romantic, ask to sit in the back room.
The food was good. The portions were small compared to servings in Germany. The the lunch service was poor, perhaps additional staff is required. The deli experience was authentic fresh pretzels, just like Germany.
My wife and I went to dinner, and found the food was excellent, the sevice was a little slow, but adequate. Later the next week, I took a couple friends for lunch, and almost walked out in disgust. The service was absolutely intolerable. The waiter was quick to take our order, but then we did see him again. Our drink glasses sat empty for over 15 miniutes, the food took for ever to get to us. The food was very good as it had been at dinner, but by this time, My friends and I were ready to just leave. When the waiter brought our food out, we asked for refills, and he appolgized, then NEVER BROUGHT THE DRINKS. We finished our meal and sat for almost a half hour, waiting for the check, still no waiter, or drinks. Eventually, we decided to get up and leave, the waiter cought up to us on the way to the door. I'll never go to lunch here again unless it is for take-out.
Having lived in Germany for many years, I was happy to find a place that offered authintic Germany food here in town. The only thing that brings back is the food. The lunch time service is very poor. If you are on a fixed one hour lunch break, this is not the place to go. The food is always good, and easily compares with some of the best resurants in Germany. With the proper wait staff, this place would be at the top of the list for dinning in Reno.
The Deli was excellent, pretzels, rolls etc all as good as in Bavaria. Ate in the restaurant and was disappointed. Rolls were american, portions were small to medium. Went to the Deli during dinner and bought some good rolls to have with dinner and to get full.
Wish there was a web page to order from the deli!!!!!
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