Burnstad European Café is located in Tomah which is just west of where Interstate 94 and 90 splits. It can be access from both and it is about half a mile into the town. It is located along a strip mall that includes an Amish store, a garden and gift shop, a pub, a beautiful grocery store and a liquor store. It is a very nice complex with many gift items available. There are cheeses of course. The restaurant is a nice spot where service is attentive and the offering is attractive. There is a mix of European inspired dishes and many American standards. There is wine and beer service in a very genteel envoronment. Service was attentive and swift even for those needing to get back on the road. Restrooms are great. The spaetzel soup was good but a little salty. The chicken and wild rice soup was perfect. The restaurant offers a section for small plates. These are actually pretty good size enough for most appetitive except the hundriest. Choices include pork chop, risotto, chicken, fish and steaks. My small plate pork chop included one good size chop, sauteed vegetables and a very large portion of mashed potatoes. The small plate risotto was beautifully presented with asparagus, mushrooms and other vegetables. It tasted great. Despite risotto, it came swiftly. This is a nice place to stop. In 45 minutes or so you can do a little shopping and have a sitdown meal while on the road. Not bad if you don't mind stopping.
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