Sunday, September 24, 2017

Some Oktoberfest food from Huber's bistro

Huber's Bistro

It's that time of the year when the kitchen at Huber's whips up a little something different for their Oktoberfest menu again. Breaking from tradition, I got myself a bottle of Paulaner's weissbier instead of the usual Grevensteiner. The last two sentences did not have any relations by the way. 

Huber's Bistro, potato soup smoked eel

This year there was potato soup with smoked eel on menu. Amazing depth of extra smoky flavours those bits of eel lent to the soup. Nice.

Huber's Bistro, leberknedelsuppn

Unfortunately, this year's leberknedelsuppn - for the lack of a better word, sucked. The broth simply wasn't beefy. Compared to that cheesy liver dumpling ball last year, this was sad and barely mention worthy.

Huber's Bistro, beef oyster blade

The kitchen did some braised beef oysterblade a red wine sauce this time round too. The meat was fork tender while the sauce rich and flavourful. Delicious creamed cabbage on the side too.

Huber's Bistro, meatloaf rye

While meatloaf on rye didn't seem to be particularly special, their honey sauerkraut with Schmand rocked. Especially tasty paired with sweet mustard on the rye. 

Huber's Bistro, morello cherry eclair

Dessert was a Morello cherry filled eclair with whipped cream. Both the pastry and the cream were very light.

Huber's Bistro, coffee

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