Origin of sauerbratenGerman from sauer, sour + braten, a roast from Old High German brato, meat, flesh, akin to Old English bræd, raw meat; sense influenced, influence by Old High German bratan, to fry, akin to Old English brœdan, to fry, bread, bread
A pot roast of beef marinated in vinegar, water, wine, and spices before being cooked.
Origin of sauerbratenGerman sauer sour ( from Middle High German sūr ) ( from Old High German) Braten roast meat ( from Middle High German brāte edible meat ) ( from Old High German brāto ; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots.)
From German: sauer (“sour") + Braten (“roast meat")
- Open Wednesday through Sunday, the restaurant specializes in German cuisine serving dishes like, Wiener Schnitzel, Sauerbraten and Jaeger Schnitzel.
- The entree menu features prime rib, sauerbraten, schnitzel, salmon or chicken, among others.
- Sample the eatery's famous sauerbraten, which is made from the restaurant's secret recipe of fresh cubed beef, gingersnaps, gravy and fluffy potato dumplings.
- It gets great reviews for its Wiener schnitzel, sauerbraten, beef stroganoff, and potato pancakes.
- German specialties include goulash, sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel,and breaded pork loin as well as a selection of sausages: bratwurst, knockwurst, bauernwurst and weisswurst.