My adventures in Germany continue! (Just kidding, I’ve been trying all sorts of great food here!)

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12 Responses to Schnitzel

  1. Tangela Nicole Brown says:

    Wo bist du in Deutschland!??

    “Where in Germany are you?”

  2. Pam says:

    Or… every meal could be a surprise!

    I’ll take a Rouladen, thanks! Every day is Christmas for your mouth. Some times the surprise is good, sometimes it disappointing, but there will always be anticipation to see what arrives on your plate. 🙂

  3. panzi says:

    You should come to Vienna for proper Wiener* Schnitzel. 🙂

    If you’re in Bavaria try Weisswurst (“white sausage”), if you’re in Berlin try Currywurst. And generally maybe Döner Kebab.

    * Wiener means Viennese (Wien = Vienna)

  4. KipPhoenix says:

    Wienerschnitzel is, um, Austrian (Wien = Vienna).

    To keep it German, ask for “Schnitzel a la Holstein.” It’s sehr yummy.


  5. Howard says:

    When I lived in Mainz, I would occasionally treat myself to “Schnitzel mit Berner rösti.” Sehr lecker!

  6. Jackson says:

    I went to Vienna once, but I never found the place where they stuff those little sausages into the can. 😛

    And remember: A man with a handlebar mustache in a Deli generally takes a turn for the Würst.

  7. David Harper says:

    I visited Munich in 1992 with friends. We found a little restaurant on our first night. We spoke little German, and our waitress spoke almost no English. One of my friends asked her to explain a word on the menu: hausfrauenart. She thought for a moment, then smiled and said “Like your Mother makes!” My friend’s response: “Oh god, I hope not!”

  8. willwot says:

    I once ordered the longest unpronounceable item on a menu I went back to Wienerschnitzel diet.

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