Great experience on Valentine’s Day for my friends birthday. Wasn’t overly romantic filled except the heat shaped giant pretzels which were so amazing, we got two!
It was Valentine's Day and we showed up a bit early. Even though we had a reservation we were sat by the front door which was cold particularly in view of the cold weather and for my wife who has fibromyalgia. Food was OK but not really German but someone's variation. Beer and schnapps were very good.
The food was mediocre. The server was fun but she took forever to come around. We were there 2 hours and 1 minute and a lot of that time was just waiting for the server to come back. I definitely won’t be back.
Very short pour on wine, while not cheap. Food is bland. Everything tastes the same. Huge hall, not intimate. Lots of little kids screaming. Parking is not good.
First off, I made a reservation for a table of 8. They are known for large tables, so I figured it would be no problem since they took the reservation. When we got there, we had two tables of 4 next to each other. This is NOT a table for 8. We ended up only being able to talk to our friends at our own table, as you couldn’t hear the conversations at the table next to us.
Thankfully the food was good as the service was TERRIBLE. It took 3 hours for a meal that should have taken 2, at the most. We ended up bussing our own table, since we were seated next to it. Server very inattentive and then got our bills wrong. But service was included, so he didn’t care.
Beer, sausages and mustard, and bocce ball - what else could you want?
German food was very good, beer was great, service was TERRIBLE. Wait staff is immature and careless and does not care about serving patrons.
With the exception of a very loud TV tuned to a Thursday night football game that I don't think anyone was watching, we enjoyed our first visit here very much. Food was good, great beer, outstanding service. But turn down the TV!
Decent German food with a good beer selection with a rustic ambiance. Even the kale salad was good.
Good food, nice service, excellent beer.
The food here is always good, haven't ordered anything on the menu that I don't like. The staff is friendly, and the beers are extra cold. The atmosphere is fun, but it does get really crowded on weekends so plan accordingly (reservations on opentable?).
Fantastic pretzels! Great beer!!! We enjoyed the kaesespaetzle and a vegetarian sausage plate. Definitely gong back sometime soon.
We went to the Rhein Hause to celebrate Oktoberfest.
Disappointing. Nice ambiance but beer flat. Pretzel good but other food mediocre.
Authentic, great-tasting food! I'd return there anytime.
We really enjoyed our food and the service was very good. I would describe the fare as a good “take” on German food. I tried the Jaegerschnitzel. The take? It was made with beef! Interesting and delicious. My wife’s Pork Schnitzel was good, leaning more toward a picatta. Our next dining partner’s sausage plate was excellent.
The reason we didn’t rate the place higher? The Sunday football games playing on the big screen TVs were so loud it hurt. Turn it down a decibel or two fellas!
Was a fun, unique place to visit.
Great food fast service. Very friendly staff. We love playing boci ball.
The food was mediocre at best and over priced for the value. We love to treat ourselves to fine German food when possible and it was our first time in Seattle. There were more than a few choices for German food. Unfortunately we were disappointed with our choice.
Great beer. Fantastic brats (except NOT the veggie brat). Wonderful atmosphere. Be sure to order the huge pretzel!