Walking distance from Hampton Inn, white tablecloth type place, a bar frequented by a younger crowd of men. restaurant was poorly attended on a weekday evening. most tables were empty. main courses close to $20. service is friendly, accomodating and courteous. food was a big disappointment. not at all like the good German food we enjoyed when on tour of Germany. Wienerschnitzel, the staple to judge a German restaurant by, was a tasteless, dried out heap of meat that was probably taken out of the fridge and reheated or out of the freezer and defrosted. the salad was soggy tasteless greens. even the bread was a disappointment. I thought Germans really prided themselves on their bread, but not in this place. My dinner companion order the daily special and was equally disappointed. The only high point: the glass of lager I chose was good.