East Side Restaurant–CT German Food


I started with the Warsteiner Pilsner. I’m not a big beer drinker, but this was pretty awesome.




We were given a complimentary German coleslaw with cottage cheese and saltines. Sounds weird but it tastes DEVINE.


An accordion player walked through the restaurant taking requests.




The main room is huge and loud. But it looked really fun. We sat in the older section of the restaurant in booths.


The old part of the restaurant was pretty adorable.



I ordered a wurst sampler appetizer with sauerkraut–forgetting my meal came with an appetizer. I only ate 1/3 and saved the rest for another night.


Then my meal appetizer came–liver pate with chopped onions which I scooped onto saltines–soooo yummie!



Then a nice house salad.

My meal was jager schnitzel with spatzle. I loved the schnitzel, but  wasn’t in love with the mushroom sauce.



My dinner was all inclusive and included pie. Coconut Cream pie. Perfect ending to the meal.

What’s your favorite ethnic food? Mine is Austrian, but German is a close second. 🙂

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