We like to thank everyone at the Home and Garden Show for coming to see us at the Cooking Stage and trying our samples last Sunday. Hopefully, you enjoyed the food and perhaps learned something new. We’d love to see you at The Gasthaus soon!
Also, congratulations to the winners of the gift certificates, we have contacted you!
For recipes to some of the cakes we baked are found here
The Gasthaus Team would like to wish both teams good luck.
If you would like to enjoy some delicious German food while watching the game at home, please give us a call at 502-899-7177. Our menu is right >>>here
Don’t want to miss your favorite team play in the NCAA tournament? But you still want to enjoy our food? Give us a call at 502-899-7177 and we can prepare your order for you for take-out. The portions are generous and we can accommodate any size order !
To view our menu, click here.
Sunday’s storm, which brought remnants of Hurricane Ike to the Kentuckiana area, knocked out power to 270,000 households. Five days later as I am writing this more than 100,000 are still without power.
But we are going strong here at the Gasthaus, the only problem we’ve had is we are without air conditioning. But per request by some of our guests we placed tables outside and were able to serve them our yummy food right outside our doors. See pictures:
It’s official!! We’ve been selected the Best German Restaurant in Louisville. As a result of surveys taken by more than 50,000 diners across the country the website WHERE THE LOCALS EAT have selected the top 100 very best restaurants in each of the top 50 cities in the United States and we’re one of them.
WHERE THE LOCALS EAT
Category German Restaurant Winner
Even if you can’t pronounce gemutlichkeit (German for comfortable friendliness), you can most likely say “Gasthaus,” which is essentially the same thing. This authentic eatery proves the saving grace of a surprisingly barren German restaurant scene in Louisville, considering the Bluegrass State’s relatively large German-American population. Decorated haphazardly with knickknacks from the owners’ home in Bochum, Gasthaus radiates with a charm distinctive to family-run operations. A friendly waitstaff dressed in traditional folk costumes adds to the atmosphere as customers are guided through the menu of traditional German cuisine. Chicken, veal, beef and pork dominate the menu in the expected schnitzels, spatzles and stroganoffs, and there are a few vegetarian entrées, as well. Meatless or no, main courses disprove the bland-and-heavy stereotype often attributed to German fare, owing in part to a hint of French influence. Recommended dishes include chicken ragout, beef rouladen and goulash as well as excellent sides such as sauerkraut and pan-fried potatoes. The house-made desserts alone could keep Gasthaus in business, as locals often stop in for a cup of coffee and a slice of apple strudel, fallen chocolate soufflé or one of the ever-changing (and ever-delicious) assortment of rich cake rolls and tortes. Reservations suggested. Beer and German wine available. Serving dinner Tue–Sat. Closed Sun–Mon.
Dear valued guests,
The Gasthaus will be closed on May 9 & 10, 2008 for the wedding of Robert Greipel, the owners’ son, and his beautiful fiance Kelly Corneiller. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.
Your Gasthaus Team
Yesterday’s baking presentation at the Ky Exposition Center was a success. Annemarie baked several Cherry and Apple Strudels in front of an audience. We think everyone enjoyed the samples of freshly baked strudels. Enjoy these pictures.
Join us on Friday, March 7 at 11:00 a.m. when Annemarie will give a baking demonstration at the Trend Appliances Home Garden & Remodeling Show at the Kentucky Expo Center North and South Wing A. She will make her popular Apfelstrudel.For more info: http://www.thetrend.com