Review: Bavarian Grill
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Featuring two different menus, one meat and one vegetarian, prices range from $5-15 dollars a meal. Regardless of which menu is ordered from, each dish is German or Bavarian in nature.
From the salty potatoes, pancakes, to fried eggplant and Spätzle, a kind of pasta noodle found in the cuisines of the region. All the food tasted so unique yet still like something you could definitely cook in your own kitchen. There are fried eggplants, German salad, schnitzel, but also things like hamburgers and chicken fingers.
If there is still room left, Bavarian Grill also has a dessert menu which features some traditional treats, such as Bavarian cream and apple strudel, which match the delightful taste of ice cream and apple pie on a cold afternoon.
Beyond the food, servers are nice and attentive with the food arriving quickly with nobody in the dining party having an issue with their meal.
The restaurant is pretty large and has a lot of seating, so waiting in line is a virtually non-existent, and there is also a small play area for kids.
For diners looking to experience a new culture and learn about old time tradition through food, the Bavarian Grill is a good place to start. The environment is peaceful and relaxed; the food is inexpensive and different but executed tastefully and deliciously.