It is a bit of a drive but 100% worth it! The most authentic food you can get this side of the Atlantic. The service was fast and friendly and the setting is gorgeous!!
We brought my brother here for his birthday. Everything we had was phenomenal! Soft baked pretzel with beer cheese and hot mustard, cabbage soup, potato pancakes, spaetzle, sauerkraut, and saurbraten was all so good.
Very good wurst and i havent liked them in the past. Very traditional atmosphere loved it bis später Edelweiss
Sadly, not so German anymore. Having grown up on German cuisine, I was looking forward to dining at Edelweiss. Clearly, the supportive reviews created high expectations. Let me start with the positive - the staff was very friendly. We did feel welcomed. And the soup was good. But that's pretty much all the positives I can offer. The dining area and restrooms looked tired. Then the rest of the food - it pretty much tasted like bar food, being assembled in the back kitchen. The "Bavarian pretzel" tasted like a frozen product, the sausages came from a local butcher shop and just heated, the famed "Weiner Schnitzel" tasted mainly like deep fried panko, the "German" sides tasted like nothing does in Germany, and the desserts..well, they did taste like they were made in the kitchen, because a Black Forest cake or a Strudel coming from Sysco would have been more authentic and tastier. Bottom line, don't expect to be transported to the old country. Just to a neighborhood bar.
Everyone was kind and caring
Very good food. Authentic German dishes. Great beer selection. Nice outside area. Staff very friendly. Save room for desert.
The food here was amazing. Seriously, some of the best I've ever had. Our waitress was warm and kind and ver sweet to my 4yo. The atmosphere was also very inviting. Didn't get a chance to sit outside, but there is always next time! They do recommend making reservations for dining. Also be aware of the stairs down to the restaurant level.