The white picket fence that lines the perimeter along the roof of Kaiserhof, along with the green awning outside of the entrance, gives Kaiserhof a ... More
The white picket fence that lines the perimeter along the roof of Kaiserhof, along with the green awning outside of the entrance, gives Kaiserhof a welcoming feel. Kaiserhof offers a menu that brings out the German in everyone. For lunch, they offer Goulash Soup, Wurst Sampler, Kaiserhof Grilled (sliced Buaernwurst with Suaerkraut on Kaiser Roll with melted Swiss), along with various other authentic German meals. For dinner, Kaiserhof offers Schnitzelette Gruyere (veal cutlets, tomatoes, mushrooms, melted Swiss), and Schnitzel Holstein (breaded veal cutlet, fried egg, anchovies, capers), along with other German favorites. The restaurant also offers specialty menus on various holidays, such as the roasted turkey for Thanksgiving and roasted Goose throughout the Christmas holiday season. - Erick Pettersen
I have eaten at this restaurant on numerous occassions. Everytime I get a chance to return to San Diego, this restaurant ranks high on my list. Other than for service, there is no reason this restaurant should get low reviews.
The atmosphere reminds me of gausthauses I ate at in Bavaria. The Biergarten is loud, which should be expected. If you want to sit inside, it's a very good idea to make reservations (the same goes for restaurants in Bavaria). The service is not always the friendliest, but it is a German restaurant.
The food is very authentic. Yes, regions of Germany vary greatly in how they prepare dishes; Kaiserhof certainly appears to have a Bavarian flare. They definitely do not make the best spaetzle I've ever eaten, but there food overall is pretty good. They have a nice selection of German beers on draft, and they provide a good selection of traditional German deserts.
The price is reasonable. I was telling a friend today that entrees run about $12-18. I could be wrong, but I think that's about right. The overall cost depends on what you feel like eating, but if you're on a tight budget, you should have no problem getting in and out under $20/person. The prices are definitely reasonable, though. I live in the DC area now, and the average schnitzel plate runs about $22.
nothing like the german food my grandmother makes there goulash seriously tasted like chef boyardee there potato pancakes were terrible tasted like they took hashbrowns and fried it to a crisp (not how you make them). the staff was by far the worst thing about the place came in didnt act like we existed finally we got fustrated and asked if she was gonna seat us. they are way understaffed the waiters and waitress bus there own tables one of the waiters kept cussing because he would mess up they all have bad attitudes. we came in right when they opened and they were very busy you would think they have more employees. you could tell they were stressed and didnt have time to be friendly. way overpriced for the qaulity of food. if you want really good german food go to the german deli in upland off of mayberry and foothill. way cheaper and everything is so yummy.
I love this place. We go a couple of times a year and my son and daughter-in-law make it their first stop when they visit from Texas. I am sorry these other people had problems. We have been going there since it was down on Waring Road for the sausages and red cabbage. It is our favorite. The only down side is the parking is bad, but it is their location.
Awesome place to go for German food, but plan to sit back & relax...especially during Octoberfest month.
a Gianormous selection of International Beers & Brews, and a Full Bar as well. Tues - Thurs from 4pm - 7pm they have a Great Happy Hour with a lil side table of a variety of snackins' from the kitchen if You purchase a drink. Delightful Staff, and Good Eats!!!
Ok, this was one of the strangest restaraunts I have ever been too. Absolute chaos! They had 4 servers and for some reason, instead of having each server do certain sections, they each did one table in each area of the restaraunt. They even split up the biergarten. Why do I mention this? We spent at least 2 hours in this place, because our server took off for a half hour at time. This other server was running around, like a junkie trying to find her stash. Man it was wierd, like some strange dream. I will say the food was tasty, but the environment and the servers along with the wrinkled death squatting at the bar, I just wanted to go in the bathroom and slit my wrists. Uggg.
My mom and a group of her friends went for lunch.When they complained that the Spaetzle tasted like dishwashing liquid the waiter and owner acted like it was the guests fault. Needless to say we as well as our friends will not be returning.
Kaiserhof has the best German food in San Diego. The restaurant has a large menu with many authentic German dishes. Make certain to bring your appetite because the food really fills you. My personal favorite is their Schweinshaxe. Of course they have a whole range of beers. If you have room try the Apple Strudel for dessert.
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