January 31, 2001
Having said that, it was a fun experience. We started of with Lowenbrau Pilsner in tall Pilsner glasses. I decided to be brave and had a Lowenbrau Hell which was a darker heavier beer. We got our drinks quickly but our waiter had a hard time standing still long enought to get all 4 of our orders, if one of us hesitated for a moment he was gone again. Luckily we were cold and tired and didn't mind just chilling out. In all fairness in some cases it was our questions that caused the delay.
Anyway, the salads were great, the soup- the usual potato was one of the best with bacon and croutons. My husband had the mixed sausage plate (roast veal sausage, beer bratwurst, Nurnburg sausage) and it was a good chance to try several of the many sausages Germany has to offer. It came with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes. I had Kasespatzle which is homemade Swabian noodles with Emmental cheese which turned out to be a huge bowl of macaroni and cheese, delicious comfort food on a winter day.
For once I was too full for dessert. This place felt very German and I would certainly go back there again.
From journal Munich Beyond Beer