829 Front St
Leavenworth , WA 98826
Phone: (509) 548-6000
In 1989, David Forchemer founded Andreas Keller Restaurant out of his love for Bavaria and its people. This same passion was passed on to his daughter Heidi who assumed the role of owner in 1995. Together with head chef Anita from Germany, they crafted the amazing restaurant we know today as the Keller!
As the Keller has done for generations, the restaurant continues to deliver a memorable experiences with their authentic Bavarian cuisine, imported draft beers, and live music performances. Plus, if you have dietary restrictions or are simply in search of something sweet after your meal, we offer an array of delectable desserts as well as Gluten Free options! Come soak up all that Gemütlichkeit has to offer here at the Keller.
“CUTE restaurant with extremely friendly staff. Good food! My husband ordered the spicy sausage and German potato salad and It was to die for! I did get the classic schnitzel with fried potatoes and that was really good too! I think I’m going to get the spicy sausage next time though. I can’t believe how good that was. We also got a small pretzel as a starter and that was so good too. That cheese sauce though is a must-have! The serving size is really big so we used it for our pretzel and my potatoes. My husband dipped his sausage in it too. For the pretzel, the sausage platter and the schnitzel platter it was $68. To us it wasn’t bad given it’s a tourist location and specialty food.”
“I enjoyed eating at this German restaurant. It’s located in Leavenworth Washington, which is a Bavarian themed town located in the mountains of Washington, everything looks like a Bavarian village including the Starbucks. This German restaurant had a great theme and good food. I ordered the sampler platter which consisted of a few sausages and a large slice of pork, with fried potatoes, sauerkraut and red cabbage. Also, I ordered a side of spaetzle. The food was delicious and definitely enough for two people to share. This is a great place to visit with friends or family, it feels like you’re in a Bavarian village.”