Trending on Recent OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Schnitzel

Schnitzel Trending on Recent OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Schnitzel
Dozens of countries serve their own style of schnitzel, from Austria to Ukraine.

Don’t call it a comeback — because schnitzel has never really been gone from our dining lexicon. However, schnitzel, in all its thin, crispy, breaded glory is showing up more and more often on menus in a city near you. From pork and veal to duck and sweetbread schnitzel — and everything in between, this simple dish has dozens and dozens of variations, old and new. Find out what OpenTable diners are saying about schnitzel in recent reviews — and share your fave version of this dish in the comments section. 

* Blaue Gans, New York, New York: “Craving schnitzel? Check it out! If you are looking for a meal from the homeland, this is the place! Delish! Low key atmosphere, great vibe!”

Central Michel Richard, Washington, D.C.: “Lamb shank, chicken schnitzel, and burgers were very good.”

Chicken and the Egg, Marietta, Georgia: “My husband ordered what I think was called pork schnitzel and it was VERY good. This reminded me of a restaurant that you would find in Napa Valley.”

Cypress Nook, Pompano Beach, Florida: “The food was authentic and amazing! We sampled a few of the specials — the goulash soup, which was as good as the goulash we had in Vienna, Austria, a few years ago, along with the bratwurst and schnitzel!”

G.E.B. (Graham Elliot Bistro), Chicago, Illinois: “The pork schnitzel with a rye-based coating is both unusual and my favorite.”

Goldener Hirsch, Park City, Utah: “I have eaten at this restaurant many times. No matter whether you order fondue, oysters, quail, elk, sturgeon, or wiener schnitzel, you will not be disappointed.”

The Grille at Peerce’s, Phoenix, Maryland: “I tried the chicken schnitzel and it was great!”

The Grille at Peerce’s, Phoenix, Maryland: “As always our food was great! Between the four of us, we ordered the trout almondine, bourbon glazed salmon, chicken schnitzel, and crab cakes. As always, they were fabulous!”

Grünauer, Kansas City, Missouri: “The food and service are always amazing. Be sure and try some of the fantastic schnitzels.”

Guglhupf, Durham, North Carolina: “Been there for a wiener schnitzel and a Warsteiner twice in the last month! Great place and tasty food.”

Gusto, Los Angeles, California: “One particular dish that gets many favorable reviews is the sweetbread schnitzel. It’s very nicely done; the sweetbreads are pressed into a patty and beautifully fried.”

* Hofbrauhaus, Las Vegas, Nevada: “Lived in Germany for two years, and this was the best schnitzel I’ve had outside of the home country!”

Jacob Wirth, Boston, Massachusetts: “The meal of weiner schnitzel was wonderful, served hot and very tasty.”

Johannes, Palm Springs, California: “The food was outstanding — wiener schnitzel like you haven’t had it since Austria.”

Johannes, Palm Springs, California: “Had the signature dish — wiener schnitzel. It was AMAZING! I would wholeheartedly recommend Johannes.”

Michael’s Table, Montgomery, Alabama: “We had the jager schnitzel and sweet corn tamales…fabulous! Always a wonderful place to eat!!”

* Raintree Restaurant, St. Augustine, Florida: “Entrees at our table included the pork schnitzel and a shrimp and sausage dish. All were well-prepared and delicious.”

Red, Red Bank, New Jersey: “This is a New York chic restaurant. The food was delicious from appetizers to desserts. Our entrees ranged from tuna steak, salmon, and veal schnitzel. We all said that the accompanying sauces were great and added to the flavor of the meal.”

* Revolution Grille, Toledo, Ohio: “Main coarse was above what I expected. Chicken schnitzel was excellent, as well as the goat cheese ravioli.”

Zin American Bistro, Palm Springs, California: “Two of us had the schnitzel and it was great!”

 

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