Los Angeles, California
April 24, 2008
They offer a full bar with cocktails (I had my favorite, Midori Sour), beers and wines. We ordered an appetizer (generous portion) of Pommes Frites to munch on while we made dinner selections. You can see their menus on their website but I can tell you from personal experience that the Rostbraten vom Angusrind (Skirt Steak) was (how can I describe this)…insanely good! They also offer the traditional Wiener Schnitzel, and the person in our party that ordered it said it was wonderful.
As I mentioned, the best part of this experience is their desserts. Though you will thoroughly enjoy your dinner, make sure you leave room for one of the treats from their bakery. If only a little taste…you won’t be disappointed. There are cookies, tarts, mousses, and more and something for everyone.
My philosophy is when traveling to a new destination, break out of your customary dining habits and try the local offerings. You never know when you may discover a new culinary love. And of course, the variety is a pleasant change of pace!
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