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New Braunfels, Texas
May 27, 2010
June 4, 2008
by Ms. Thang
san antonio, Texas
August 14, 2005
My favorite schnitzel is the Niersteiner, and I always have to have German fried potatoes or German potato salad. They have wonderful German beer on tap which makes the meal complete.
I would also like to point out that the desserts can't be beat. I highly recommend this restaurant.
From journal My Reason for Going to New Braunfels
October 8, 2002
From journal Winter solitude in Texas
by Ben the Grate
April 30, 2002
In keeping with New Braunfels' German heritage, Oma's serves up INCREDIBLE German cuisine for a remarkeably low price.
You can eat there under $10, but I recommend splurging a bit. Most combination entrees will run you around $12.
The sausages here are the specialty, and they'll knock your socks off. But also excellent are the weinerschnitzel, and the spinach-stuffed puff pastry.
You also simply MUST save room for desserts. The Germans are known for their desserts, and Oma's is no exception. The pastries here are simply DIVINE!
We've experienced slow or cold service here more than once, but you've got to remember that this is NEW BRAUNFELS for God's sake, not Austin. People here live a slower life, and "fine dining" like you find in big cities is a foreign concept.
Take solace in the fact that the food rivals the finest restaurants in Baden Baden.
From journal Tubing the Guadalupe River