New York – Christmas in New York City: huge Christmas trees, decorated streets and – schnitzel! BILD reporter Nelly Kühn was out and about in New York and took a very close look at the largest, greatest and most impulsive Christmas restaurant – and that belongs to a German …
The “ Rolf’s German Restaurant “on the corner of East 22nd Street and 3rd Avenue is THE Christmas restaurant in the USA. Open 365 days a year.
100,000 lights shine in “Rolf’s”, tens of thousands of spheres and ornaments decorate the ceiling and walls. Around 800 dolls sit in the restaurant. Christmas music is playing in the background. Here every inch screams: “Merry Christmas!”
On the menu: Schnitzel, Sauerbraten, Spätzle and original Munich beer from the Hofbräuhaus.
And how does the “German Schnitzel” taste for around 40 dollars?
BILD reporter Nelly Kühn tried it. “The schnitzel is okay, every now and then you bite a tendon. Spaetzle are delicious, the beans are unseasoned. You don’t come here for the food, at “Rolf’s” you pay for the amazing decorations – and that makes the visit worthwhile. ”
“Rolf’s German Restaurant” is booming, especially in winter. The queue can go to the next block on the weekends …