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Oct 6, 2008 08:55 PM


My SO and I went out for an early dinner at the Bauernschmaus last night. I have to say I was a little worried after hearing about poor/ slow service but we were pleasantly surprised. Service was awesome and the food was sooo yummy. I started with the Goulash and had the Farmer's Feast dinner...the pork Sausage was very tasty and the loin was melt in your mouth...the Viennese pasta and red cabbage sides toped it off. My SO had deep fried mozzarella as a starter, it was okay but his parmesan snitzel he ordered for his meal was perfect. We ended off sharing a piece of heaven that is the apple strudel. All this for under $60. Definately a family friendly, wallet friendly feast. We will be going back and taking family and friends with us

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  1. Okay, where can one find this central European feast?

    Is "Viennese pasta" the same as spaetzel?

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    1. re: John Manzo

      Yes, it's the same type of egg noodle. Not sure why the restaurant uses the name "Viennese pasta". Perhaps when they first opened up, they didn't think customers would know what "spaetzle" was - just a speculation on my part.

      1. re: Libertycafe

        Yep, if it's been around a while there's some dumbing down going on- I do love the sound of what you describe though, thanks!

      1. re: howlin

        A quick google shows it as an Edmonton eaterie.

        I had lunch at The Austrian Club in Calgary recently (3112 – 11 Street N.E.). It was a great experience - the food was certainly reminiscent of the many ski trips I used to make to the Austrian mountains. Another regional gem in Calgary.

        1. re: howlin

          It is in a strip mall in SE Edmonton. Sorta an blink and miss it place, 67th ave and 99th st. I definately recommend it.