A friend and I just tried this small neighborhood restaurant and were very pleasantly surprised. My friend is from Germany, and she gave her stamp of approval to the schnitzel and apple strudel. In fact, the strudel was first rate. The ice cream wasn't, but we were in a forgiving mood. We loved the Bohemian potato pancakes, and I had a lovely salad. The choice of salads was more original than what you see on most menus and the ingredients were very fresh. However, I do have two pieces of cautionary advice for an otherwise top notch neighborhood restaurant: First, the noise level is off the charts. There is a tile floor, and the noise bounces off the surfaces and became deafening when two large groups came in. We sat in the front window and there was a speaker behind my head with the bass coming through from the Pub next door. I felt like I was having dinner inside a pinball machine. Couldn't wait to get out to the patio, where we enjoyed our strudel and relative quiet. Second suggestion--the owners need to spiff up the service. As mentioned in other reviews on this site, the service seems to be very uneven. The waitperson we had was more interested in talking to friends who were eating there than in turning in our order. We were a small table, and we got slow service. Otherwise, this was the best little place for dinner I've found since moving here from the Bay Area two years ago. Try it, and you will also be pleased.
Pros: fresh ingredients, interesting menu, excellent chef
Cons: noise level, uneven service