Make sure you're hungry... and forget about dieting for a moment. First-class meat and fish - mostly imported - served by the Austrian owner, who radiates the solidness of its plates.
It's more than schnitzels. He's serving equally large sausages, fish and more. If you're a small eater, then better bring a friend and share a plate. The servings are like you'd expect in Austria: huge, filling and delicious.
I went there with my girlfriend and took the wiener schnitzel, while she opted for the friend fish. She got halfway, and I was saddled up with half the fish, in addition of the huge schnitzel. Didn't eat much the next day, although she cooked a delicious meal, as usual.
So if you're tired of the Cambodian stuff, or the half-decent food that is often served in and around Pub Street, head for the Schnitzel Wirtin. It won't be your last visit, unless you have to leave town the next day.
His little restaurant is probably one of the best-kept secrets of the local expats (about 80 % of his customer-base). Tourists rarely show up... which is really a shame.
Light on the stomach (but decidedly filling portions - his cordon bleu looks more like 3-month old baby lying on its stomach) and light on the wallet. As a vegetarian, you'll probably can eat your fill with the side dishes.
Another well-kept secret: his wife is Thai, and cooks delicious Thai food. It's not on the menu: strictly on order only (at least a day on beforehand).
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