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weiner schnitzel and potato salad  

weiner schnitzel and potato salad

Beneath the surface in Budapest

June 6th 2018
HE SAID... After touching down in Budapest in the early morning, we breezed through customs, jumped on a bus and headed for the city centre. Feeling a little overwhelmed and tired, we clambered off the bus, donned our packs and trudged towards our hotel with the aid of a tiny map picked up from a solemn staff member at the tourist information bureau. When we eventually arrived, we h ... read more
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Hungarian Flag Hungary was part of the polyglot Austro-Hungarian Empire, which collapsed during World War I. The country fell under Communist rule following World War II. In 1956, a revolt and announced withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact were met with a massive milita... ... read more
24th July 2018

Hi RENanDREW, Just one remark. It is a Wiener Schnitzel and not a Weiner Schnitzel. You know why? Wiener Schnitzel comes from the German name "Wien" for the city which you call Vienna. So it is a meal from Vienna. "Weiner" wouldn't make any sense. So this dish is widely know in Central Europe but I must admit i prefer it with French Fries instead of potato salad. Best regards, Thomas
25th July 2018

Thanks for the explanation of the word 'wiener' Thomas. Schnitzels are a popular pub meal over here in Australia, and usually served with fries and salad... but that potato salad was seriously sensational with it! :)

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