I live,literally, around the corner. So I had to try out the local restaurant. Never again.
I had some schnitzel (tasteless and not fresh) with spaetzle (seriously, the worst I've ever had). My friend had a rack of ribs and her jaw got tired from chewing after just two ribs (ya, they were that rubbery).
On the plus side - the salad bar was good (I'm trying to find something positive...).
I'm a 2 minute walk from this place but it's not worth the walk.
The only items we enjoyed at this very well known Inn, was the coffee, tea and dessert. Everything else seemed like it was heated a few times over.
Omelet - no flavour; pigs tails - dried out; nothing looked very appetizing. The food used to be excellent, but it seems to have gone downhill.
The attempted German part was as follows: schnitzel that was soggy and bland ("awful" from my little critic who grew up on this), sausages that were decent but could be found at any roadside cart, sauerkraut that came from a jar, dill potatoes that were reasonably attempted - falling somewhere between edible and good and a "Pig's Tail" that was the only vestige of anything ethnic and to which my wife exclaimed her pleasure. So, the preceding is your only tie to anything German; merely a haphazard afterthought to support the sign on the door and to entrap those who seek such fare.
As for the rest; basically meat and potatoes; such as a couple of roasts, amputated chicken parts, boiled processed veggie mix (like to say "medley", but this would be an insult to both musicians and vegetables), O yes, a lasagna so repulsive it even stole any tastes from the foods stationed close by. The mashed and Parisian potatoes offered as sides where similar to what you'd find in a homeless shelter. There was a salad bar with ingredients that were akin to what resides in a grocery dumpster. The presentation of this salad bar made me think a 1970's rec room room. A reasonable attempt was made at a pasta bar. I can not speak to the pasta bar as I was so turned from the other offerings, I was hesitant to try it, but it looked OK.