Here´s what we had, Smoked Trout (Forellen) with Berry Mousse - complimentary from the restaurant while waiting for our main course. Lovely taste, super fresh and not too salty. Plus point is, the sauce complimented the Smoked Trout well.
My main course of Schlemmerschnitzel (13.90 Euro), basically Pork Schnitzel with Creamy Mushroom Sauce serve with assorted salad, and poach vegetables. I love the mushroom sauce. It was perfectly cooked, mushroom was fresh and the bits and pieces of nibble complimented the main well. The only thing I don´t get is the sweet sauce on top my my Schnitzel.
Hubby had Schnitzel too but ala Prager Art. The Schnitzel came wrapped in a huge egg omelette! It surely does remind me of Thai Style Nasi Paprik or Japan´s Tomato Rice. Anyway, hubby enjoys it and that´s all that matters.
The thing about ordering main course here is, it always comes with a hugeee portion of french fries, boiled potatoes, or something with potato to fill you up further. Mine came with Krokette (Mashed Potato Dumpling) while hubby´s one came with french fries. Though tasty, I had hard time finishing them.
This restaurant is pretty generous! Not only they serve us complimentary Appetiser while waiting for main course, the wait staff surprised us further with FREE dessert too! We initially mistaken it to be vanilla ice cream at first glance but upon tasting, yikesss ... it is actually Pudding with Eier Liquor (Egg Liquor). Since hubby had to drive, he ate the pudding up by scraping the Eier Liquor away.
The bill came up to 22.00 Euro including 2 small beer and 2 pot of Apfelschorle. Thanks to the discount voucher book you see here, one of our main course is free.