Overall the whole experience was odd. Food was genuinely decent but have you ever been to a small restaurant and the staff kind of acts like they are doing you a favor just by letting you in the door? That is this place
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Of the 4 of us 2 were very satisified and 2 just think it was average. The service was fine and prices were in line with other restaurants in the area.
Returned to the Schnitzel House recently. Bread basket items included store bought rye bread and Saltine crackers. Goulash with very few pieces of meat. House favorite schnitzel, though very thin, was quite good. Highlight of meals was the spaetzle...........
Excellent authentic German and European cuisine with the home style touches only possible with family recipes...my pick for those who can't decide...choose the sauerbraten...you won't be disappointed! Everything on the menu is a taste of Europe!
We made our reservation and our table was ready. Our waitperson got our drink order and we had chilled glasses and frosty bottle beer poured for us at the table within minutes.. We needed extra time to decide because of the number of well described...More
I really enjoyed the schnitzel and side dishrs. Very nice atmosphere. Very convenient location as across from Best Western.
We walked almost across the road for dinner here. Small place but the good is authentic and amazing. Great service. We enjoyed our dinner here very much.
All meals start with a small bowl of soup which on our visit was ok but from then on everything was mediocre at best Poor sausages and pork loin and a peculiar cheap and nasty sauerkraut. Also beware that if you have a UK chip...More