Now that we are back to living in the
Honeymoon Cottage, we try to get out
on the weekend and have lunch at a
restaurant we have never been to.
Today's choice was the Rathskeller
in Indianapolis. It is located in a
castle-like building that was designed
by Kurt Vonnegut's grandfather.
This is a huge place that has a bit of everything.
A rustic bar area.
A bit more formal dining room with wood
paneled walls, walls painted with German
phrases (does anyone know what this says?),
and a fireplace carved with demons.
If you like beer, they have plenty to
We had the Jaegerschnitzel with sauerkraut
and German potato salad.
We also tried Kassler Ripchen, it was a
pork chop with a raisin, apple and walnut
sauce with spaetzle and potato pancake.
The food was not as good as what we have
eaten in Germany but how often will you
find a restaurant serving Jaegerschnitzel
in the USA?
An added plus is just down the street is
one of my favorite shops. I showed Mr.
Wonderful some great gifts for the future.
Update: This is the photo of the Jaegerschnitzel
I had a few months ago in Bacharach, Germany.
It was lecher ~ right Regina?