Well, just having been in Prague and Vienna we went with friends to try the Danube Bistro, hankering for a schnitzel or goulash...
it was a slow Tuesday night, the service was attentive and fast. I had the Jaeger schnitzel, a Weiner schnitzel with a white gravy, onions, bacon...very tasty...but a bit skimpy on the pork cutlet...now having said that, in Europe the thickness varies so this was not out of bounds, but for the US consumer a bit skimpy. My sweetheart had the Spaghetti Bolognese, it was a large portion very good, but mysteriously, only warmish when it arrived. A mixed green salad with Balsamic started us out it was good with tomatos and english cucumber slices...a bit tired, some discoloration, which turns me off but I ate it anyway and it tasted fine.
A bottle of Hungarian Cabernet, very light bodied more like a pinot, 2000 vintage, passable but overpriced when a $10 woodinville blend blows it away...We may return, the basics were pretty good and found in few places in this region.
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