My family lived in Germany and I have been wanting some German food without having to cook different dishes for each of us. We decided Oktoberfest was a must. We made reservations, which was pretty crazy since the restaurant was half empty. We ordered the Yeagerschnitzel and the Zeigeunerschnitzel, both with pork. The potato soup we were served was in cups, approximately less than half full, and not very warm. The salad was from a bag, with their house dressing, no added touches. When we recieved the meals, I was disappointed. My yeigerschnitzel looked as if it had Campbells soup on top of it with extra sliced mushrooms. The pork was fine, the sauce was very thick and made the meat very soggy quickly. My husbands Zegoinerschnizel had a sauce that made me laugh almost instantly. It was a red sauce with peppers and for some reason, it had cut up pieces of baby corn, like in the the chinese restaurant. I just couldn't decide if they had a chinese cook making the sauce in the back and I just had to keep from laughing. I kept calling it pepper pork, german style. They brought the apple streudel, which was part of dinner, but I couldn't understand how 1 simple scoop of ice cream could be half way melted from the time they scooped it, until the time they got it to my table. The pastry shell on the streudel was passable, but not flaky, as I should know since my aunt is a pastry chef in Germany. I am glad we didn't invite our friends as was the original plan, as this would be a disgrace to our family's homeland. People who don't know proper German food may feel that this food is acceptable, but people who have spent time living there and have developed a palate for it would not care for this mediocre restaurant.