This evening we went to this restaurant. It was just a lucky shot because it was Saturday and we did not reserve. They were very professional as they offered us a table that had later reservation.
The food was of good quality as we had the "uncle Hugo's favourite meatballs" and the beef with the gratin. As dessert we had the chocolate pie with walnut ice cream and the panna cotta with sweet green pesto.
This is good price quality restaurant if you are looking for local specialties.
Omas Küche is a decent restaurant -- one I certainly wouldn't mind visiting again, but not one to which I would feel especially obliged to return. The food is good, standard, hearty Badisch/German fare prepared competently and served in a traditional Badisch environment. It's not the best German food you'll find in Freiburg but if you like this type of food, it won't disappoint. The service is fine as well.
However, I find there are two main problems with the restaurant -- first, the prices are simply a little too high for the food that you get. These aren't ridiculously high prices, but for the food you get, I would have expected to pay less. Second, the only beer served is Ganter, which I always consider a serious downside to any Freiburg establishment. At a German restaurant, it's a big problem as I, for example, especially like to drink beer with many common Badisch dishes, like Leberle, for example. And Ganter is horrible beer.
So I would not suggest seeking this place out, but if you're nearby and hungry, it's not a bad place to visit.
Pretty good pub style place. I liked the food and it seemed reasonably priced. The suburban location means visitors to Freiburg probably won't make it out here but if you are in the neighborhood it is a nice place to stop for lunch.
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