Went to Guglhupf specifically to try the special: a grilled bratwurst with sauerkraut & dijon on brezel sub roll. They were out of it, and I wasn't too hungry so I asked for a nutella sandwich. Since it was on the kid's menu they refused to serve it to me. That made me angry, so I resisted purchasing a tempting piece of the fruit tart. Hubby ordered westphalian ham on rye with a cup of soup. It was tasty ham but $7 is a bit much for 1/4 cup of soup and a sandwich with only one piece of bread. Perhaps the pastries are what makes this place famous, not the lunch or the attitude. I do admit the atmosphere was lovely with fountains and the cafe was in a nice, open, 2 story building.
In summary, try the pastries, avoid the surly counter staff.Guglhupf 2706 Chapel Hill Rd
Durham, NC 27707