Chefs give German food its signature heartiness by inflating every sausage casing with a thundering nine-minute aria. Feast like a valkyrie with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Bavarian Cuisine and Nonalcoholic Drinks
The menu includes small bowls of beer-cheese soup ($4.95), oven-roasted pork shank served atop sauerkraut ($26.95), and chicken ($12.95), pork ($18.95), or veal cutlet ($24.95) simmered in mushroom-wine sauce.
Rather than rely on deep fryers, the chefs at Linderhof Restaurant TNSL craft their authentic Bavarian cuisine using a trans fat-free blend of olive and canola oil. The healthier treatment brings out the flavors of the rich food, which includes cheddar-infused bratwurst, a rolled veal cutlet stuffed with pickles, onions, and bacon, and an apple strudel made from a special house recipe. To help wash down meals, bartenders pour an extensive selection of German wine as well as Bavarian lagers such as Weihenstepher, supposedly the oldest beer in the world.
Linderhof's cozy dining room embodies the atmosphere of Old Europe with Austro-Hungarian artwork, live accordion music, and waiters that accept bushels of wheat as tips.