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Glunz Bavarian Haus
3.9 stars (1 ratings)

(773) 472-4287

4128 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

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August 19, 2007 @ 6:37 AM
3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chicago, IL
I love good German food and have eaten at Glunz a few times in the last 3 years. Mostly I've been satisfied at the place. This last time, however, I was quite disappointed. There were tiny flies in my salad (no kidding), and the service was definitely not up to par. We had to ask the waitress to set our table, to bring sugar, to bring salt and pepper, etc. several times. Her english wasn't that good and she couldn't answer our questions very well. I will admit that our entrees were good (sausages, kraut and potato salad). We were overcharged due to confusion over the way the menu is written and our waitress' poor english, and had to argue with the owner who would not lower our bill over this stupid issue. All of this left us with a negative feeling. I don't think I'll go back here for quite some time. WHERE ARE THE GOOD GERMAN PLACES IN CHICAGO ANY MORE ??

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Avg Rating: 4  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

August 19, 2007 @ 6:37 AM
3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chicago, IL
I love good German food and have eaten at Glunz a few times in the last 3 years. Mostly I've been satisfied at the place. This last time, however, I was quite disappointed. There were tiny flies in my salad (no kidding), and the service was definitely not up to par. We had to ask the waitress to set our table, to bring sugar, to bring salt and pepper, etc. several times. Her english wasn't that good and she couldn't answer our questions very well. I will admit that our entrees were good (sausages, kraut and potato salad). We were overcharged due to confusion over the way the menu is written and our waitress' poor english, and had to argue with the owner who would not lower our bill over this stupid issue. All of this left us with a negative feeling. I don't think I'll go back here for quite some time. WHERE ARE THE GOOD GERMAN PLACES IN CHICAGO ANY MORE ??
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August 19, 2007 @ 6:37 AM
3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Chicago, IL
I love good German food and have eaten at Glunz a few times in the last 3 years. Mostly I've been satisfied at the place. This last time, however, I was quite disappointed. There were tiny flies in my salad (no kidding), and the service was definitely not up to par. We had to ask the waitress to set our table, to bring sugar, to bring salt and pepper, etc. several times. Her english wasn't that good and she couldn't answer our questions very well. I will admit that our entrees were good (sausages, kraut and potato salad). We were overcharged due to confusion over the way the menu is written and our waitress' poor english, and had to argue with the owner who would not lower our bill over this stupid issue. All of this left us with a negative feeling. I don't think I'll go back here for quite some time. WHERE ARE THE GOOD GERMAN PLACES IN CHICAGO ANY MORE ??