We have been planning on dining at Munchens for 12 years and, finally, we ate there the other night. It was worth the wait, but we wished we did not wait 12 years.
We started with two German draught beers. The beer started the German flavor experience for the evening. By the way, Munchens has a large selection of German beers. It also has a Das Boot Tour but this is not for tourists. It requires 30 boot size beers of 22 ounces. This is accomplished over many visits.
For our appetizers, we ordered potato pancakes. We have been eating potato pancakes since our childhood days. These pancakes are thicker than the potato pancakes that we are accustomed the last many decades. The pancakes could have had more onions in them, but, regardless, they were very good.
We ordered the traditional wiener schnitzel and stuffed pork schnitzel. We both ordered red cabbage and spaetzle. The schnitzels were excellent. The pork schnitzel was stuffed with cheese and ham covered with a brown mushroom and onion sauce. The sauce was outstanding. The wiener schnitzel was excellent. It comes with or without brown gravy, The wiener schnitzel is very large.
The service is outstanding. The restaurant is usually very crowded and the servers are on top of everything. We did not have to wait for anything. We had to reserve our table during lunch. The earlier the customer reserves the table the better they will be able to obtain a table for dinner.
Another tip is to let the valet park the vehicle. There is limited parking at the restaurant. Go to Munchens and enjoy.
We usually have German food at least once a month and live in an area noted for German food. Munchens is up with those restaurants. We will return to Munchens.