Saturday, April 13, 2013
feel terrible that pix came out so dark . . . Mrs says now we have to go back . . . 8^) . . .
first time at the famous Dresden Landmark . . . friendly service, great beer, and fine traditional german cuisine.
I had onion soup and the schnitzel, slightly below Figmuller's of Wien standard, meaning: excellent . . .
mrs had a huge salad and Nurnburger sausages. . . .don't know why the Nurnburgers are so good in Dresden . . . 8^D . . .
Big Red had onion soup, also, and a caesar salat . . . caesar salat was DROWNED in bottled dressing . . . only low-point of the night. . . .
some of these dang photos din't come out . . .
we always just tell Leon our favorite waiter to pair a wine for what we order. We've never been disappointed. We do sometimes say "some dry reisling" . . .
I love the seafood antipasto . . .
Mrs loves the grilled fish & vegetables . . . simple peasant food, we tell ourselves . . . 8^) . . .
a simple choco fondant to share as we finish . . .
found on FoodSpotting.Com
Mrs got dibs first on the seafood pasta.
Sugar got seafood ravioli.
I had the mushroom pot pie.
We had Est! Est! Est!, which has a good story behind it -- google yourself . . . 8^) . . .
sugar had a chocolate fondant.
I shared a TiraMisu with Mrs.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Monday, April 1, 2013