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By a wide margin NYC's best Bavarian restaurant. After the remodeling the interior is nicer and prices have come down, too. Staff is friendly yet professional and the beer which is brewed in-house and comes straight out of the brewing tank is world class. Unlike the goofy Zum Schneider, they accept credit cards, too!
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This place is for you if you like an inconvenient commute down into Alphabet City, a slow and mobbed bar, changing staff that will never remember you and a cash-only policy. Food is generally decent but too expensive and the crowd qualifies as infantile. Think Studio 54 with Lederhosen. There are far better German restaurants in this city, such as Paulaner nearby and Max Bratwurst in Astoria.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
The food is outrageous and you really ought to try their deep-fried red snapper. On the downside, you'll be having your meal with what appears to be the Mexican lower order. Lots of screaming kids as well.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had the full slab ribs and that turned out to be huge and very tasty portion. Note that these ribs are intentionally not fall-off-the-bone but have a more gritty texture to it which is great when you are really hungry. A few nice touches: the glass for the beer came straight out of the freezer, they offer to grind fresh pepper on the cole slaw, the waiter will tie a bib around your neck (a good idea) and after the meal will hand you wet tissues to clean your mouth and fingers which will be drenched in BBQ sauce. Also nice is the atmosphere with mellow illumination.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This pub is better than would assume for a hotel joint. The menu as expected features typical bar fare but it is far above average. The Fish & Chips for example are made from very fresh fish and the chips are very decent, too. A problem is the gloomy interior that features a strange smell. It's also very chilly and long sleeves are recommended. The by far best thing about the place however is the random and very mixed crowd which often consists of conference goers. People quickly mix up at the bar inside and I found myself suddenly surrounded by an architect, two nurses, a staunch Republican from Michigan and members of a tech start-up. In the end it does very well what a pub should do.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Never mind the slightly exaggerated folkloristic interior and decor, the food is for real. As a German, seeing real bread almost gave me tears of joy. I had the Eisbein and it was absurdly good. If you're hungry and not on a diet, it's what you should get.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
An overall very pleasant place for a quiet and civilized dinner. The lamb tikka was unequivocally excellent and I thoroughly recommend it. I went their a second time and ordered a different lamb dish but it was very similar to the tikka (with a less interesting sauce tho) so you should stick with the tikka which is also cheaper. By and large however, it was a pleasant surprise and you might like the serene and subdued atmosphere.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago