If your in Landshut and want a great Schnitzel go to the Heilig-Geist-Stüberl. Deep fried, but huge and really good!
ooo sounds delicious, thanks for the recommendation. I would also recommend this place if you are ever in Berlin!
Had a great Schnitzel Cordon Bleu here too in my area Nord Oberpfalz. The Klosterkirche is unique too and worth a visit.
Maybe we start a Germany Schnitzel thread?
I actually desperately do need a schnitzel thread.
I manage when I am in Germany, but I never hit the good places, just the that's OK places, and don't really understand all the intricacies. We sometimes buy Lidl pre-breaded meat here in the UK, and it is barely OK, but then we fail on the sauce.
Sauce? Here in Oberpfalz (Bayern) there usually is no sauce. Just the breaded Schnitzel, pork of veal. If you get a "Natural Schnitzel" it is not breaded and usually comes with a lite almost white mushroom cream sauce. I have been in Hessen (Frankfurt) and had a Jägerschnitzel that was a breaded Schnitzel with a heavier salter brown mushroom gravy type sauce covering it. In my region you have to ask for something like this as it usually is not on the menu. I like a breaded pork Schnitzel with Pfifferlingen mushrooms when in season. You usually have to ask for this too.