A little information about us
and what we serve

  • It is common in Germany to serve canned mushrooms, as we did in our restaurant there. We continue this here in Canada, as we want to keep our food as authentic as possible.

  • Our main spices are imported from Germany. That costs quite some money for the postage, which we gladly spend to make "the real deal" for you.

  • We use Kraft Singles cheese. It melts fast and the taste fits perfectly to the other toppings.

  • Our potato salad is homemade. It is mayonnaise based and contains pickles, onions and eggs. We serve it cold.

  • Gluten free: Sausages, fries (we have separate deep fryers), Sauerkraut, Red Cabbage
    We can let the breading off of the meat, it will shrink a bit then. If you are celiac, please keep in mind that our Schnitzel are hand breaded and we can not 100% guarantee that there isn't a crumble anywhere on your Schnitzel.

Gulasch Soup

The Goulasch soup is a creation of Micha. Bell peppers, onions and spices give it the "pep" it needs. Pork and mushrooms make it complete.


The "Currywurst" is a typical lunch food in the Ruhr area, fast to eat "on the go" as the sausage is cut in small pieces. So it makes an easy to share appetizer in our restaurant. In Germany it is served with a piece of white bread. It is not toasted, so you can enjoy all of the sauce without changing the taste.

Dutch appetizer: "Frikandel speciaal"

Skinless sausage, deep fried, then cut open and filled with raw onions, curry ketchup and mayonnaise. Typical for the Ruhr area too, because it is quite close to the Netherlands.

All our Schnitzel are hand breaded and freshly pan fried.
The Falkenstein, Wild Jäger, Holstein, Pepper, Onion and Shrimp sauce are made to order. We don't use powder for our sauces, the broth is made from scratch. That's why we don't have "gravy" for fries.

Schnitzel is a common dish in the whole country. You'll find mostly Jäger, Zigeuner, Wiener style or Hawaiian Schnitzel in German restaurants. We have way more variations, we hold the Guinness world record for 347 different kinds of fresh pan fried Schnitzel. The good thing with pork is, that you can put anything you like on top.
Wiener Schnitzel

Sometimes less is more. For the pure Schnitzel taste, try our Wiener Style Schnitzel. Just with a slice of lemon on the side.

FIscher Schnitzel

In Germany eggs are not a typical breakfast food. We like them on our Schnitzel. The good thing is, it works with almost everything. This one has fried onions and bacon with the eggs.

The Jägerschnitzel is our bestseller.
In Germany it is absolutely normal to use canned mushrooms. The recipe for the sauce is an old German one, adapted to the Canadian taste. The bacon is not a common ingredient for Jägersauce, but we know that "everything is better with bacon".

Haus Falkenstein is famous for the handmade potato croquettes. In Germany you just buy a bag of frozen ones, here in Canada they have to be made by hand. Every single one is hand breaded and separately frozen before it gets deep fried to perfection.