Five of us recently had lunch in Emmas after seeing Jagerschnitzel on the menu.
Three of us had the schnitzel which had been pounded too thin for my liking, and was served with a creamy jager sauce which I think didn't have enough of mushrooms in it. The dish also came with sauteed potatoes, and a small salad, overall tasty enough.
One of the party had a chicken dish which she didn't enjoy, although a serving of apple strudel for dessert helped balance out her overall outlook a bit. The other party member had the veal goulash which she said was OK.
From what previous reviewers have said about other dishes, I think sticking with the various schnitzels is probably the best bet.
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