Schindler's Ritan Park branch serves some of the most authentic German food in town - great sausages, grilled meat, oven roasted pork knuckle, fresh sauerkraut and more, as well as imported German beer (Wernesgruner on draft). Prices are moderate, and the Tankstelle’s airy outdoor terrace offers an idyllic view of Ritan Park.
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User reviews of Schindler's Tankstelle 申德勒德加油站
Good food: tasty, large portions, and filling - just what I like! Nice beer. Good looking restaurant. Good prompt service. Prices reasonable. Accommodated our daughter and her buggy. Impressed! Didn't blow me away, but a very solid place to go.
I went there twice. First time we were 2 and the second time 4 people. Its not the exact same taste as in Austria or Germany but its ok. The first time I had the Eisbein or Stelze (the pig leg? in english) and it tasted pretty good, the second time we had some Aufschnitt and Aufstrich, stuff you can smear on bread. I dont remember too well, but have the feeling that it wasnt good, also there was a big lack of bread to smear it on.
The service is not well trained and dont know the foods, very difficult to tell them that the food is not good, if they dont have a clue what real German food should taste like...
I didnt go to any other pseudo German restaurants yet so I for me this is the best Beijing has to offer as German food. I guess you just have to live with it.
First of all I am German myself and have to say that most of the dishes do not even come close to the quality and flavours of some typical dishes. So for the quality it is absolutely overpriced. Service is very poor - I have been there once and for the last time - we waited for 1.5 hours for our dishes. After 1 hour one approached us that one of the dishes would not be on stock anymore - should checked immediately after the order/be communicated to the waiters!!! Besides one served dishes from other tables to us first and none of our dishes were served together - we were a group of 5, leading to some people eating or waiting. After asking for a discount on the bill we were only invited for a drink on the house - however no compensation for such a bad experience!
I am from Germany in when i arrived in Beijing i couldn't believe there are more than one german restaurant in the city. I miss german food from time to time and tried the Tankstelle and Drei Kronen. Both restaurants offer great beer but the food and also the location of Drei Kronen are way better. The Tankstelle looks more like a lunchroom in a factory. I tried a Schnitzel and it was way to fatty for my taste. The prices a low for the big portions you get. Prices and the beer are the reason why a give 3 stars.