Tuesday – December 09, 2014
Das Bratwurst Haus
Another year passes and another birthday to celebrate: Mine!
We had a taste for German food and had seen an advertisement for a German restaurant, Das Bratwurst Haus, in the Yuma, Arizona visitor magazine, so we decided to give it a try.
Das Bratwurst Haus offers a cozy atmosphere for its diners. There are two dining areas, each distinctly different from one another.
One dining area has a dark, highly polished, wood floor, with pictures of German castles and landscapes decorating the walls, and of course, the traditional display case containing a variety of German beer steins. It has quaint booth-type tables with plush cushions on the bench seats. It also has bar-type tables with high-backed chairs that seats a party of four. We chose this dining area.
The second dining area has a marble-type tile floor, with several large picnic tables. It is reminiscent of a German beer hall that one would see during Octoberfest in Germany. There is a beautiful photograph of a German Castle and Estate that covers one wall.
Sharon and I both had a pork schnitzel with sauerkraut and a cucumber salad as sides. The food was good, but I must admit my prejudice, being from the Chicago area, there is just no comparison to the quality and taste of the German cuisine prepared by German restaurants in Chicago, Illinois and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Tomorrow another adventure begins.