Definition of schnitzel
: a seasoned and garnished veal cutlet
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Featuring an à la carte menu ranging from schnitzel to caviar to fresh mozzarella with leeks and elderflower, complement your meal with a barrel-aged Negroni from the eatery’s own vermouth bar.
Bohemian House Brunch will be served Monday at this downtown spot, with a build-your-own-mimosa bar, as well as morning fare like an open-face schnitzel sandwich, and sweet and savory Bavarian pancakes.
Look for kabobs, schnitzel, hummus, falafel, and Tabouli salad made with quinoa instead of the usual bulgur wheat.
Bavarian pancakes and pork schnitzel are among the entree options, while potato pancakes and grilled bacon stand out among sides.
Mexican tortas often include pork that's pounded thin, breaded and then fried; though usually it's called milanesa, the menu here labels it wiener schnitzel.
Eat: Family-friendly Lisa G’s serves American comfort fare with a modern twist, such as schnitzel and grits.
Fischer’s Meat Market & Grocery, which opened in 1927, will have a stand serving Reubens, pork schnitzel sandwiches and smoked German sausage or jalapeño sausage on a bun or stick.
Among the dinner entrees is the requisite wiener schnitzel, the famous deep-fried veal cutlet, accompanied by a cucumber and potato salad, DO & CO's signature mousse au chocolat, and fresh bread.
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Origin and Etymology of schnitzel
German, literally, shaving, chip, diminutive of Schnitz slice, from Middle High German snitz; akin to Old High German snīdan to cut, Old English snīthan, and perhaps to Czech snět bough
First Known Use: 1854See Words from the same year
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