I'm sure the kitch is part of the establishments charm, or so I shall choose to believe. Service was prompt and friendly, and offered suggestions from the food and drink menu for this "first time schnitzel foodie". I decided on (or rather couldn't decided so got a combo) the veal jaeger schnitzel with bratwurst, german fried potatoes, cream coleslaw and pickled cabbage washed down with a light german beer (which I can't pronounce).
Amount of food was prestigious! Half the plate was covered in a lovely crispy coated schnitzel smothered in a brown mushroom wine sauce. To the side were crispy fried potatoes with the most wonderful creamy coleslaw (with peas?) and the pickled cabbage in a dish to the side.
Flavours: potatoes and coleslaw excellent. Pickled cabbage tasted strongly of cloves - not a flavor I care for so that didn't work out so well for me. Schnitzel was light, crispy and delicious, however the jaeger sauce could have used more flavor IMO. Bratwust was very nicely seasoned and had a good mustard side for dipping. I'd like to come back and try that with a roll and sauerkraut someday.
Unfortunately, their signature desert of Black Forest cake was not available, so I didn't get to try.
Overall, enough food on one plate to easily feed two people! Glad I stopped, finally, after many years of zipping by on my way to/from Nova Scotia.
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