GASTHAUS: got 'kraut?

Louisville's ONLY German Restaurant

Spätzle Salad/ Cream of Parsnip Soup/ Hasenpfeffer

Our Specials:

Spätzle Salad………………………..$8.50

Spätzle tossed with Green Peas, Red Onions and Smoked Bavarian Sausage in a Home-Made Riesling Dressing garnished with Salad Greens and Tomatoes.

Spätzle tossed with Green Peas, Pickles, Red Onions and Smoked Bavarian Sausage in a Home-Made Riesling Dressing garnished with Salad Greens and Tomatoes.



 

Cream of Parsnip Soup………………………..$6

Cream of Parsnip Soup topped off with Home-Made Croutons drizzled with White Truffle Oil

Cream of Parsnip Soup topped off with Home-Made Croutons drizzled with White Truffle Oil



 

Hasenpfeffer………………………..$21.50
Rabbit Stew
A Traditional German Fall Dish. Tender Pieces of Marinated and Slowly Pot-Roasted Rabbit, served with Spätzle. and Red Cabbage.

A Traditional German Fall Dish. Tender Pieces of Marinated and Slowly Pot-Roasted Rabbit, served with Spätzle. and Red Cabbage.

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October 29, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

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  1. Reblogged this on Food Aficionados and commented:
    I was updating my Facebook page for Food Aficionados, when I thought, let me look for a profile pix which would have a play on the Easter Bunny. So my search came to delightful blog’s ( GASTHAUS ) menu’s photo for Spätzle Salad/ Cream of Parsnip Soup/ Hasenpfeffer. Although it was not the photo I was looking for, it did make wish I was having a plate…I will definitely have to put this one my list of restaurants to visit. 🙂 Enjoy!

    Comment by Empowered Results | April 17, 2014 | Reply


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