Saturday, March 19, 2011

Food Coma

Yesterday, after our fun at the farmer's market and Trader Joe's, we went to Killmeyer's Old Bavarian Inn for some authentic German food.  We love this place, the food is spectacular and so is the German beer.  I ordered the weinerschnitzel, which came with spaetzel and steamed vegetables.  Oh my, this schnitzel is good.  They also give you so much food, I only ate half the plate, and immediately went into food coma!  I love spaetzle, and this one pretty much hits the spot.  It's that good!
The hubs ordered the Bavarian Wurst Platter which comes with bratwurst, knackwurst, weisswurst with red cabbage, sauerkraut and mashed potatoes.  If you like sausage, this is the way to go!
My mother-in-law got the Rouladen, which are Beef Rolls stuffed with onions, bacon, mustard and gherkins, and served with potato dumplings.  (I didn't want to be rude by taking a photo.)  Trust me, it's good!   The food here is outstanding, if you are ever in Staten Island, it's a must visit!

5 comments:

  1. A food coma is QUITE appealing!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. My family comes from northern Germany, where the cuisine is very different. A family friend was very fond of saying "That's not German! That's Bavarian!" As a kid I never had a clue what that meant. Now I think it's funny!

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  3. When I moved to Canton in the early 80s, there was a German restaurant (Kurt's Inn) that had the most fabulous food like you posted about. I remember enjoying their schnizle (slices almost as big as Germany). The restaurant folded in the 90s and I haven't thought of it for a long time. Your post brought back all the memories. Ah, now I miss it all over again. ;-D

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  4. Your food coma sounds deliriously delightful.

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  5. I'll have to say I've never eaten any of that. Have not had access to real German food.

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