Schnitzel is the word here. The have other items available, but this is the reason to go. If you've never had schnitzel, this is a great place to have your first experience in Florida.
The restaurant is small, with maybe 12 tables, so a reservation is highly recommended. Decor is very old world (see photo), with a hunting lodge feel (animal heads and skins) and certainly lets you think you are not in Florida. And our server was friendly European woman who fit the feel of the restaurant.
They offer more varieties of schnitzel than I have ever seen, so it is up to your taste as to what to order. I got the Wiener Schnitzel a la Holstein, which is breaded veal with anchovies, capers and fried egg. The veal was excellent, but they made the fried eggs hard so there was no yolk to become a sauce. That's the main reason to get a la Holstein. So if you order it tell them how you want the eggs. And bring your own capers...which they don't have.
They also have a sausage plate that is VG. The warm potato salad is delicious. Close to what my grandmother made. A little bacon would be nice but the light vinegar really helped cut the richness of the breaded veal.
Desserts were just ok, but like I said, you go for the Schnitzel.
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