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Monte Rio: Highland Dell Lodge - Schwabentopf, Jaëgerschnitzel, Sauerbraten ???

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Monte Rio: Highland Dell Lodge - Schwabentopf, Jaëgerschnitzel, Sauerbraten ???

rworange | Feb 19, 2008 05:51 PM

Has anyone tried the German food here? From this blog ...
http://www.bohemian.com/bohemian/01.3...

"Jude and I went on a Local's Night (Monday or Thursday) when a three-course prix fixe meal is priced at an astounding $9.95 in appreciation for local patronage ... We went instead for the Schwabentopf ($17.95) both for the pleasure of saying its name, and because the Highland Dell is known for its German fare. This savory mound of pork, bacon, mushroom and onions on cheese-spaetzle (German for "little sparrow," and a little like fried macaroni and cheese) puts the comfort in the overused phrase, "comfort food."

That particular dish isn't on the website menu so it was probably a special. Also, they mention Sunday brunch during the summer (after Easter). Anyone tried brunch ... or anything here?

There's only a few German dishes with mainly American food

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Highland Dell Lodge
21050 River Blvd, Monte Rio, CA

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