We like all kinds of food, but sometimes feel like a good wiener schnitzel or schweinehaxe. And here at Kurt's they were the best compared with anything in the U.S, see pictures. The schnitzel was perfect, crisp and pounded tender, served with beautifully cooked spinach. It is veal and not pork. The pork knuckle was presented with a knife sticking up, and pretty much covered the plate. The skin was crisp and the meat cooked tender in a way pork can be. Lot's of juice. The mashed potato was nice and smooth. They have of course a big beer selection. I chose the liter doppelbock. My wife and I agreed this was the best German meal we've had for years. We couldn't finish and boxed the remainder, adding some strudel to take back. Strudel was also among the best. Service was good and inconspicuous.
This restaurant was probably a house, so the space is a bit cut up. But they use it to give privacy. We had an alcove just around the corner from the entrance. Kurt's is an authentic gem, Wish I can find as good in other cities.
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