The semi annual Queen’s feast is back once again. Three course meal for the price of a regular entree screams perfect date night to me! This time, we chose to dine at Waldhorn, a German restaurant.
We walked in to an open atmosphere. The interior is picturesque with two floors and a musician dressed in Lederhosen playing music on his accordion. Combine dinner hours with Charlotte Restaurant week, the volume was quite high. As we wait, we ordered a half a liter of beer each. Warsteiner and Weihenstephan was on tap! By the time we get our seats, I already finished my beer and ordered another one.
The meal also came with half a liter of beer. Can’t get enough of it! Tipppssyyy! 🙂
Our meal can be summarized in one word. DELICIOUS!!!!
I ordered the soup of the day (right) and he ordered Ungarische Gulaschsuppe (left). The pretzel bread was warm and wonderful when dipped in the soup. 🙂
He ordered Jagerschnitzel vom Schwein which is pork cutlet, spatzle and red cabbage.
I ordered Gebratene Ente – duck with bread dumplings and red cabbage. The meat was so tender! And I haven’t had bread dumplings in such a long time, I devoured it so quickly!
Final course of the night! D-E-S-S-E-R-T-S!! 🙂
Never judge a book by its cover…or in this case, never judge a dessert by its look. Although this red puddle of goo isn’t the most appealing, it is actually really good. The sweet from vanilla ice cream and whip cream mixed with the warm and sour raspberry sauce. Best combination!
How can I go to a German restaurant without getting the famous Apfelstrudel! It would be like going to NYC without getting one of those I love NY tee. Scandalous!
After this trip, I’ll be sure to visit soon again! 🙂 This restaurant officially earned a top spot on my favorite restaurants! FOOOD!!