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The German Table

158 N Loudoun St

(540) 431-5861
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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

It wasn't what I was expecting, not bad though. I thought it was going to be a upscale German restaurant but instead I found a quaint shop w/ friendly people. It was what I call "lunch box" style - a la carte but more like a food truck/diner. While the menu was small, the combinations (i.e. different brats w/ different sides potato salad, red cabbage, spaetzle, etc) could make for many unique return visits. I was so looking forward to the spaetzle, while good home-made pasta, it wasn't the traditional that I have had before and the sauce was a bit watery. My son, who wants to be a chef, had Jaegersauce and it was watery too but he said the flavor was amazing. While I can't say the prices were unreasonable, but at the same time for 2 people we spent $25 on lunch and got lunch size portions (probably the right sized portions - not the inflated American sized). I guess I was expecting upscale and paying $30/35, but got lunch style and paid $25. I would say if I had paid $18 for 2 I wouldn't have even given prices a thought. Overall, even with the small disappointments, a pleasant surprise and will try it again when I'm downtown and in the mood for German. Perhaps with different expectations, I will enjoy it even more the next time. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Everything that I had to eat here was good. The menu is small and the prices are reasonable. The Schnitzel is thin and cooked perfectly. It can be served with Jagersosse (mushroom gravy) or Pfeffersauce (pepper sauce). The Spatzle is different than what I've seen at other German restaurants. I tried the Frikadelle because I had never heard of it. It is basically a pork/beef patty. It has the texture of meatloaf which can be eaten by itself or on a roll. The atmosphere is casual. You get your own utensils and eat on paper plates. Do not expect a 5 star service experience. The restaurant concept an Imbiss, which is a German term for small food stand or street food shop. They have Bitburger and two types of Paulaner on tap. I rarely see Bitburger on tap around Winchester. — Heated Meats

Friday, October 26, 2018

Delicious food, great service, wonderful conversation!!! — Anonymous Reviewer