Five best restaurants for a schnitzel fix
With seventeen years and three homes under its belt, Café Berlin (which I review this week) has become synonymous with German food in Denver (the jagerschnitzel is particularly noteworthy). But this restaurant is not the only place in town serving spaetzle and sauerkraut.
Mark Manger You're darn Teuton! Schnitzel at Cafe Berlin.
Here are several more options for getting your schnitzel fix (listed in no particular order).
- Slide Show: A closer look at Cafe Berlin
- Review: Cafe Berlin is in need of a Restaurant: Impossible intervention
- Best German Restaurant 2012: Karl's FF Delicatessen
- Strudelfest at Rheinlander Bakery: Go for the Dough
4. Golden Europe
(6620 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada)
At Golden Europe, you might feel like you're on a whirlwind bus tour of Central Europe, with three large platters -- the German plate, Austrian plate and Czech plate -- showcasing the greatest culinary hits from each country. Look for wiener schnitzel, roast duck and veal bratwurst on the German plate, along with German potato salad and sauerkraut. If it's spaetzle and red cabbage that you're after, try the Austrian plate, which features identical proteins, minus the duck.
6620 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, CO
6878 S. Yosemite St., Centennial, CO
14197 E. Exposition Ave., Aurora, CO
6380 S. Fiddlers Green Circle, Englewood, CO