Seeking decent German food on a rainy day at lunch time, we popped into Gaumenkitzel. The restaurant is very open with a high, beamed ceiling and fans plus lots of tall windows. It was very modern German looking to me, but quite cold that day. They have some German foods for sale against the wall. Incidentally, the bathroom was very clean and it was funny that it really was just like the bathrooms over there. Our server was very accommodating in helping us find a table that was in a warmer part of the restaurant. Hubby got his Wiener schnitzel which came with delicious red cabbage and a carrot salad that I liked but was a bit too lemony for him. The schnitzel was just okay. I ordered spaetzle with red beet sauce--something a little different which I really liked. Plates were a bit on the small side, and hubby was hungry, so he ordered a side of knock wurst. They were delicious. Our server said they order them from New York--no wonder! We all agreed that you can't really get a good sausage around here--they're all full of turkey, chipotles, artichokes, and cranberries--yuck. Give me authentic European sausage like this any day.
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