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German Schnitzel Haus
German Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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13475 Atlantic Blvd #40 Jacksonville, FL 32225
13475 Atlantic Boulevard #40USFloridaJacksonville32225
$$German Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Authentic German Cuisine.  We have 13 German beers on tap and a full bar.  We also have an outdoor bier garten.  
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Convivial restaurant & bar spotlighting German pub grub, traditional entrees & imported beer.- Google
"If you google Wienerschnitzel with mushroom gravy, you'll see appetizing plates."
"The brick oven pizza is amazing!"
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As an European I grew up with schnitzel. It was a joke what I got here. The potato salad was uneatable too. This place has nothing to do with good German food
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Adam Guillette
11 months ago
I desperately want to like this place but they make it impossible to do so. The new location doesn't feel very German but it's certainly an upgrade from their last location. However, they don't have a bier garten. They have a patio in front of the parking lot. For us, the service was awful. After being seated we watched other tables get greeted, served drinks, and place orders before anyone even came to acknowledge our presence. For some reason they brought out our food before they brought us bread and our side orders. In fact, my sides didn't actually arrive until after we had finished with our entree and had our plates taken away. Not kidding. To be fair, we probably never would've actually received the bread if I hadn't repeatedly asked the waitress for it. However, when we had gone 35 minutes after placing our order and hadn't seen any food yet, I was getting a little hungry. (shocking!) The food itself is hit or miss. The spaetzle is dry and flavorless, but some other sides are better. They were out of the first beer I ordered, so instead I asked for one of their dunkels (dark lager). Instead they brought me a dunkelweiss (wheat beer). This is the equivalent of ordering Coke and being served Cherry Coke. You might like Cherry Coke, but you ordered Coke. If you wanted Cherry Coke you would've specified as much!
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Christy Whitehead
a year ago
I've been to Germany, was not impressed with this place. Wienerschnitzel was a bit dry and was ok on it's own. But the mushroom "gravy" was orangish brownish greesy mess poured over the ENTIRE plate with a couple of scraps of canned mushrooms. If you google Wienerschnitzel with mushroom gravy, you'll see appetizing plates. When I saw this plate, I could see Chef Ramsey looking horrified and asking what all the grease was. The Bratkartoffeln was fine, but it had the grease poured on it as well. My husband had the bratwurst and he liked it, but the serving size was too small. My meal was overpriced for it's size as well. My husband ordered a sweet tea and the waitress immediately told us that everyone hates their tea. My husband only drinks tea, so got that, and said it just didn't taste sweet at all. Service was EXTREMELY slow. We came in at noon during the week, NOONE there and it took about 10-15 minutes to get a fried cheese appetizer (they don't bread it on their own, it's premade, they will tell you). It was good, but for a lunch break, it took too long. Lunch took another 15+ minutes to get to us. We paid $28+ plus tip and left hungry. The outside of the restaurant looks like a deli or something, not like a nice sit down. It needs maybe a nice German painting on the windows (maybe to mimic a German building).
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a year ago
Food was greasy, cold, and the mushroom sauce was like water. Service was very slow unless you were ordering beer. Tables were creaky and old. Place was dirty.
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Tammy Hawkins
3 months ago
My experience at this restaurant has always been fabulous. Most recently they have a new head chef who has added many new delicious options. The staff are always helpful and friendly as are the owners.
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Matt Smith
12 months ago
I lived in Germany for 5 years from southern to northern all german food is different just like new york pizza is different from florida pizza. The German Schnitzel Haus has good german food, and there is no where else in Jacksonville is there a place that I can good imported beer and schnitzel. It brings be back and there new location is great. Their waiters are awesome Amanda is super nice and suggested the German chocolate cake and oh my god better then the any chocolate cake in germany I had. About all the negative reviews on here ignore them they are expecting german food to be exact, they would have to import the water the cooking oil so go there for the fun and the chance to step in a little bit of fun and good food.
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Umut Nurkan
a year ago
I'm so sad that this once excellent German restaurant is no longer what it once was. Having lived in Germany for a long time, this used to be as authentic as you could get in JAX. Something happened and the food is no longer as good as it was. Schnitzels are no longer as tasty, the bratkartoffeln no longer as crispy, etc. Really too bad because this place was truely outstanding at one time.
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Jessica Ware
a year ago
I was extremely disappointed when we went here. Being German and growing up in Germany I expected so much more from a German restaurant. I ordered the Jaeger Schnitzel and it was not good at all. The mushroom sauce had 3 mushrooms, and the sauce was almost soupy, the red cabbage tasted like vinegar, and the spaetzel were dry. My daughter (who is 5) ordered chicken nuggets and they were dinosaur shaped, just like the ones I buy in the grocery store. My husband ordered a pizza that was completely layered with grease and tasted like cardboard. The Spetzi didn't taste like it was supposed to either. It makes me sad since it's the only German restaurant in the area and for the food quality the price was outrageous and the staff was rude. The only reason I'm giving one star is because I have to to write a review.
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