Good Eastern European conform food. It started badly, as the predinner bread must have been two days old. But both the schnitzel natural and parisian schnize1 were tastey and of course very large. Of the sides, the dunmplings (overgrown spaeztle) were doughy and tasteless but the potatoes were a winner. (There is also rice that we didn't try). The vegetables that came with the meal were dreadful - frozen vegetables are common but these were especially bad. You have the option of springing for the extra $1 to get rotkohl instead. Probably a good idea.
All in all, it was a very nice change from the usual Asian places that we visit for a simple, low cost meal. It's not perfect, and they seem clearly to be cutting some corners to keep costs down. But for the price and quality of the main dishes, it's fine.