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With its warm wooden decor and seasonal German beers, Schnitzel Haus feels just like the eateries in Germany. The Brooklyn restaurant also re-creates the food of Germany perfectly, most likely because the chefs here use the same recipes the owners' family members used in Germany years ago.
The chefs delight diners with eight varieties of schnitzel, including veal cutlets topped with anchovies and capers. Sausages, another German specialty, can be found on the menu, too, everything from bratwurst to kielbasa. The best way to enjoy these hearty meals is to find a cozy spot in the dining room, keep an eye out for live bands, and dig in while saying "prost" to the Hoff. The atmosphere and food even helped Schnitzel Haus land on the Sun Times's list of NYC's Best German Restaurants.