This restaurant does not serve German food. I'm not sure what it was, but I would classify the stuff on our plates as neither ""German"" nor ""food."" Nor would I have the AMAZING gall to charge $75 for it. I visited the Gerst Haus for the first time with 3 other people during a recent trip to LP Field. BAD DECISION. We sat outside on the patio, which was somewhat grimy and cluttered with miscellaneous junk. Our waiter was surly and indifferent--I think I heard him mumble ""whaddayawant"" when he couldn't avoid taking our orders any longer. The rest of the time he just kind of dropped things on our table and then slunk away without a word. This included the condiments in an old, dirty, greasy beer carton that someone had apparantly fished out of a dumpster in a sad attempt at whimsy. Everyone at our table ordered the Schweine Schnitzel and a variety of sides. The meat was hopelessly overdone, bland, and coated in a substance resembling pea gravel. The warm German potato salad and red cabbage were horribly SWEET. The German fries were okay-ish, but greasy and covered with lots and lots and LOTS of black pepper. As bad as all that was, I think the most offensive thing about the experience was that the applesauce was so painfully, obviously from a jar. I've made applesauce before. It's not that hard. You peel and core apples, add a touch of water, cook 'em til they're soft, add sugar, and mash them. No jars or industrial-sized cans involved. Just don't waste your money here. YOU WILL REGRET IT.