Huller’s Black Forest

Northwest Columbia

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In a Nutshell

  • German specialty entrees
  • Selection of American dishes
  • On-site butcher shop
  • Premium German beers

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Valid at the butcher shop and restaurant. Butcher Shop scheduled to open in late August. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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With more than 40 years of experience tucked into their lederhosen, the culinary team at Huller's Black Forest whisks tongues away to an Oktoberfest–themed tastescape by crafting a multifarious dinner menu of German specialties. Tame carnivorous cravings with a variety of meaty entrees, such as the wiener schnitzel ($13.95) or hausmacher goulash ($13.95), which features succulent cuts of slow-cooked prime beef alongside a mound of homemade spaetzle. For meals more American than a bald eagle hitting a home run, order from the steaks and chops menu, which boasts succulent slabs of barbecue ribs ($12.95), filet mignon ($16.95/ 9-oz.; $19.95 /12-oz.), and twin thick-cut pork chops ($12.95). After browsing the restaurant's on-site butcher shop, parched patrons can irrigate their schnitzel depositories by sipping on a premium draught ($3–$9) or bottle ($3.95–$8.95) of German beer.

Huller’s Black Forest

Trained in the art of sausage making, German-born Wilfried Huller put his skills to use by opening a butcher shop in 1968. The business expanded into a restaurant and moved its current location, where mugs sing glassy songs in toasts over brimming plates of Wiener schnitzel and spaetzle. A German-style buffet sets forth an endless parade of steam, which hints at meats free of MSG, mixed with fistfuls of spices, and smoked over natural hardwood. Cool suds spill forth from bottles and taps, fueling revelry with honey-hued wheat beers from Franziskaner and Maisel. The onsite butcher shop sends homemade sausages with guests eager to enjoy them in the comfort of vacationing neighbors' kitchens.

Customer Reviews

Enjoyed the friendly and helpful service, variety and flavor of the buffet food. Not so much the pop German music . . .
Jim L. · March 22, 2012
Love the food, service and the accordion player was a great touch.
Anne P. · February 23, 2012
Really enjoyed the Buffet. Best German restaurant in South Carolina. Love the butcher shop. The pork was in great shape and tasted great when we prepared it.
John A. · February 22, 2012

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