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German Restaurants in Columbia, SC
1.Julia's German Stammtisch
4341 Fort Jackson Blvd
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I was trying to get the number for the new German Restraunt in Irmo, when I came across this one online. I thought that I would give this place a chance. As a veteran who was stationed in Germany, I have always had a soft spot for yagersnitzel with mushroom gravy and red cabbage. I have tried it all across the the country. This is the best that I've eaten in the US. The portions are huge and delicious. If you have the time go there to eat. But carry out taste just as great.
2.Gasthaus Zur Elli
205 S Main St
Four Hours? Why not make it Five. Fresh bread, four course meal, entree cooked at time of order, homemade(a word that is loosley used seeing that no homemade food is allowed to be sold in SC). If the deserts were not made the day before, it is because the baker was out sick. The other entrees and sides are prepared "from scratch". That is a fact. My family goes monthly and sometimes we are there for 1.5 hours and sometimes 4.5 hours. Go on Thursday and your time will be less. Go on Friday and Saturday before 7PM and you will be on your way sooner as well. But why is speed so important. The atmosphere, the bier, the music, the staff, and the proprieter (a real sweet german lady who knows how to cook) is the real reason we go. Please reconsider another visit. I would recommend early reservation so you will be in the first wave of guest. This way, you are not waiting for the earlier guest to have there food served before yours. We love it and we will continue to go. If it takes four hours one night, then we will get a little merrier and a lot fuller. A four course meal of this stature deserves the extra time.
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