Randy Roesler

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This is not a big nor terribly fancy place but the prices are a bit higher than for most restaurants we have gone to on this trip.

What you get is a large selection of mostly pork based dishes. Some veal and some chicken but most port chop or smoked pork prepared in different ways with different accompaniments.

For example - smoked pork - which some might call ham, but this is definitely not the ham you get in the tin or at the delli.

Is the authentic German food, I don't know. But is is unique. And tasty.

A little more and you have something to talk about when you get back home or to the office or the friends house.