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“Quiet for lunch on a Monday”

Alpine Haus Restaurant
Ranked #1 of 306 Restaurants in New Braunfels
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $14 - $24
Cuisines: Austrian, German, Swiss
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Restaurant details
Good for: Romantic, Special occasions
Dining options: Reservations
Description: For a fine dining experience, come to Alpine Haus Restaurant, in New Braunfels, Texas. We specialize in Bavarian style cooking with influences from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. All the traditional Schnitzels, Rinder Rouladen, Sauerbraten, Rinder Goulash , Schweinebraten, Huhnerbrust Geschnetzeltes, and of course many different sausages round out a diverse menu. We also offer an extensive collection of German beers and wine with pairing information to help you make the best complimentary selection for your meal. Bring your friends and family to our restaurant for amazing food and an authentic German experience, located in a 164-year-old historic building in the heart of downtown New Braunfels.
Reviewed 1 week ago

the food was good and the staff was very nice. On a Monday for lunch they were quiet and pleasant. Definitely try this place.

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Bethany J
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Had a fantastic dinner here with wife, kids and grandparents. The food was perfect and the live German music was just the right touch.

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank 552toddk
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely old home in downtown New Braunfels. It was our first time there and we will most likely go back. Now I didn’t like the Rouladen at all but my husband’s Cordon Bleu with the fried potatoes was very tasty. Another in our party had The Schnitzel with a mix of gravies and she enjoyed her meal. The dinners come with either a salad or the soup of the day- the tomato soup was good and I’ve been told that the mushroom soup is very good. Best to have reservations.

Date of visit: December 2018
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Thank Nancy S
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We dined here to celebrate our get-together for an early Christmas. The restaurant is set back from the street and is in an old historic house. We were seated in a back dining room, very nice and quiet so it was easy to converse. The server was very nice and quite a good saleswoman. We were soon being served a fried brie with a fruit sauce and rye bread we didn't even know we wanted. It was wonderful! We were able to split entrees without any problem and all the food was delicious! We had the Rahmschnitzel and spaetzel and also a rouladen. Authentic and really good. I should mention my German mother in law was with us and we have her seal of approval on all the dishes. The split pea soup was also a hit with us.We would definitely dine there again.

Date of visit: December 2018
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Thank mjsTwinCities
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Regrettably I have to give this restaurant a thumbs down. The Rot Kraut (Red Cabbage) was tasteless, salt,vinegar and perhaps some pepper. Red Cabbage that I have had in Germany has apples, clove, bay leaf and bacon pieces. The Klosse (Potato Dumpling) appears to be some sort of improvisation on real Potato Dumplings. The Panni Potato Dumplings (Bavarian mix) found in some Grocery stores are in my estimation more original than the ones served at the restaurant. The Rouladen would have been good, had it not been over peppered. The Schnitzel was extremely thin, more breading than meat. The gravy was good, as was the service, but....... at the end of the day, for the price, I would have expected a more authentic German meal, especially considering that the owners appear to be German.

Date of visit: December 2018
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Thank Papito1
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