In Brownton, Minn. a town of a whopping 762 people there are no restaurants, in the family style, but down town is an old, think 1950s light brown brick one story brick rectangular building that does not fit the style of the rest of the town, although it looks a lot like a lot 3.2 bars that were built in small towns.
Not attractive but better than the glorified pole barn things they build now.
It is the only surviving restaurant.
I have been told the is an old oriental women but she knows how to cook.
They have a German food night twice a month and I have been to a fair number of German restaurants, which we still have a fair number of in Minn.
This one is about the best I have been to.
I was there one night when they had tacos on the menu, a rare event, fantastic.
The prices are lower than the "family" restaurant we just went to .
Import beer is 5 bucks a bottle, and you get a free shot of German schnapps after the meal.
I had never had a Cherry Schnapps before; I many buy a bottle.