Visited 8.10.17. Small restaurant and centrally located, which means quite pricey for Bavaria. Service was friendly and used to tourists. A few taps and bottles. Stayed for one round - one beer was superb, the other one not. Background music, which was a rare thing during this trip.
Visited on a Saturday evening in October 2016. The place was small, noisy and crowded with happy guests. The service was friendly (they did speak English) and good despite a full house. The food was tasty, I had a classic schnitzel with potato salad. The beer selection was decent, I had four new ones. Almost all the beers cost 3,30 EUR. Located in a nice part of the old town, close to Hutt’n and Nürnberger Altstadthof.
Went there two times. One time showing the city to a friend and stopped there to have a nice beer and was worth it.The second time was kind of weird with a dodgy 80’s party with lots of schlager music. Good beer selection.
Visited a few times in May 2014. Busy restaurant serving a decent selection of Franconian beers, plus South Tyrolean wines. Landlord and waitresses were friendly and coped admirably with our bad German language skills. The food eaten (Bratwursts, pastas and Schäufele) was good quality and priced competitively, and washed down with a complimentary hazelnut schnapps. Very enjoyable, one of the best places to visit in this city.
Stopped in today after work for a beer. Great atmosphere in a nice part of the city. The service was excellent and I may go back tomorrow. Prices were the best I have seen so far in Germany. Did not try the food, but everyone I was with kept saying wow that looks really good. It may sound odd to Americans, but they do take credit cards...you will understand if visiting from the U.S.
Bustlin’ restaurant that was very busy during the evening. Stopped by for a beer and randomly chose one that was a diacetyl bomb. However there is a selection of tap and bottled Franconian beer on hand to try. The venue itself is warm and inviting and I should of grabbed a meal here as the food looked appetising.
A top community pub with a great beer list. The owner ran the same premises when the old Huttï¿½n. He helped set up the new Huttï¿½n then re-embarked on a smaller venture on the old premises. Most staff fluent in English and very friendly. Ask staff for wi-fi p/word. A fantastic bar run on traditional principles by great staff who know what they are doing, totally opposite to Freiburger Bierhaus in B-W who are clueless. The top man who runs this is certainly passionate about beer so am delighted to see this fine site reopened with the interior virtually unchanged and top beers still flowing. Prost.