p.s. we were told that the menu might soon include some El Salvadorian foods. Yum! I'll be back "J"
Hey everyone its "C". I grew up as a Canadian Air Force Brat. We were stationed in Europe for 5 years. Our time there was split between France and Germany. Even thought I was young, I can remember this one particular Schnitzelhaus on a mountain road somewhere in either, Austria, Switzerland, or Bavaria. I remember donning my Laterhossen and travelling to this quaint out of the way restaurant where we would enjoy Schnitzel, pastries and ice cream, all while eating over a glass topped table that had live reptiles under the glass. My lunch experience at the Schnitzelhaus in downtown Lethbridge was perhaps not as cultural, but was quite satisfying. My wife "T" joined us today and she usually doesn't eat things that aren't familiar too her, but she too enjoyed it. Like "M" I too had the Schnitzel that had onions and bacon and cheese. I enjoyed mine with coleslaw and fries. It wasn't like the Schnitzel I remember as a boy. It was more like a Latin Milanese, however the flavor was good. The serving size was a little small for my appetite but luckily my wife didn't finish hers so I was able to garburate her leftovers. Again this place is small, with one table and a raised bar thingy by the window. On a cold day such as it was, the constant opening of the door was almost too much, even for a guy who wears shorts year round. It seems to be a popular place cause there was a constant stream of patrons coming and going. The service was pleasant and I would definitely go back again. "C"