German cuisine has become more popular than ever, especially now that differing side dishes aren’t symbolically separated by a wall of bread. Eat bin ein Berliner with this Groupon.
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- $12 for $25 worth of food and drinks for two or more
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The menu includes wiener schnitzel in the form of two tender veal cutlets breaded and fried ($16.95), hunter schnitzel—a veal cutlet sautéed with mushrooms in a sour cream and paprika sauce ($16.95)—and chicken paprikash, a Hungarian-style stewed chicken with dark meat in a sour cream and paprika sauce ($14.95).
Uncle Lui's Restaurant
From escargot appetizers to whipped-cream-crowned housemade apple-strudel desserts, Uncle Lui's Restaurant offers a wide variety of Hungarian and German dishes. The staff can pour imported beer such as Beck's and Heineken to complement entrees such as veal goulash, which is simmered in a sour cream and paprika sauce. The pair of veal cutlets in the wiener schnitzel is breaded and fried to golden perfection, like the tastiest bullion at Fort Knox.
What some people are buzzing about:
“very well worth the price, lots of food, the potato pancake (latke) was perfect, the salad was large & tasty the potato soup and side creamed spinach were too gluey...”
“very well worth the price, lots of food, the potato pancake (latke) was perfect, the salad was large & tasty the potato soup and side creamed spinach were too gluey from the roux the veal schnitzels were delicious & crispy the veal goulash was tender and flavorful with good gravy for the spatzle, side red cabbage was average the apricot crepe was light and tasty, ”
“Evything is good”