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I had heard good things about this place from friends.
I then went with two other friends.
I have to say it's a nice place, typical of this area of Germany.
We tasted their specialties and, I must say, they are excellent.
The service is...quick and efficient.
The price is right.
I recommend trying it ... if you like meat you won't be disappointed
Enjoy your meal !More
Today I had an opportunity to dine in Bratwursthäusle. The service was okay... the dishes came out on the table relativ quickly and the waitress was friendly. And how about the food, you may ask. It was tasty!! You know nothing sophisticated... just traditional cuisine...from the region ;D i took sausages. They were tasty. As the dessert I had a homemade apple pie. A thick minus for an instant whipped cream !!! The pie was tasty but the cream... common guys !!! In general it was tasty and I can recommend this place :DMore
Despite the nice location, good beer and food, the service was shocking. First the waiter not only
Looked disappointed at our order choice but also sighed after I placed the order. Very unfriendly tone and interaction. Upon payment the waitress found it difficult to understand...I wanted to pay by card and then insisted to use my Visa card. Apparently they don’t take maestro cards, which have been working throughout Germany so far.... When I handed the waitress my maestro card she took it and inspected it as if she was going to memorize my details. Then I tried laying with my MasterCard, but she said she couldn’t accept it as she had already set the pin device on visa. As I hardly use my Visa/Revolut card I had to charge the card on my phone. The waitress stood behind me and looked at my phone as I was transferring money to this card and said “so, no money” before taking the card from my hand. Disappointing and truly unacceptable service and behaviour from a waitress.More
Looking for an authentic taste of German food. We shared the bradwurst specialty with kartoffelsalat. Almost 10 euros for a rather small amount of bradwurst with bland kartoffelsalat was disappointing. However, the terrace was nice and the beers were enjoyable!
After a few minutes on Google we decided to come here to try the Nuremberg bratwurst.
We came just after Christmas so it was quite cold. The outer area wasn't set up and there was a line out the door. Turns out there are two...lines, eat in or takeaway. We opted for eating in and had to wait about 10 minutes to get a table.
Inside it was really interesting. The kitchen was in the middle of the restaurant with tables and chairs all around it. You could smell the grilled food outside as well as in and the open kitchen added to the atmosphere. It was packed.
We shared a table in the corner with a couple who were already eating. They had menus in different languages and we had one in English. The menu is fairly simple, the number of Neuremberg Bratwurst you wanted (they also had other items like other types of sausages and pork knuckle) and sides. They put a bread basket on the table if you wanted extra bread. They also had condiments like mustard on the table. The sausage was delicious and surprisingly the potato salad was also really nice. It was nice having the sausage alone with the potato salad or with bread. it was delicious no matter how you had it.
It was a really cheap and tasty meal (8.50 euros for 6) and really delicious. It's worth a visit but just be prepared for a line.More
A very busy restaurant in the heart of Nuremberg. We visited it at the start of the 2019 Christmas market season, so it was very busy. The restaurant which serves traditional Franconian food attracts local and tourist alike. We only had a short wait for...a table, which we ended up sharing with an American couple & Japanese couple, that added to the fun of the visit. We had sausages with sauerkraut, which was very tasty. Its a must to have mustard and horseradish, beware the horseradish is hot.More