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Krombacher Pils is the most widely consumed Pilsener in Germany; it’s refreshing, delicious and easy to drink.   This family run business employs most of the town where it’s brewed. Now that’s a reason to cheers.

Start your meal off with tasty German Beer, add charm and then mouth-watering food and you just might have The Black Forest Restaurant.

How adorable is this place? Very!

A recent visit to the small town of Harrison Hot Springs, BC brought us to this restaurant.  Having German heritage, the smell drew me in and my boyfriend’s Ukrainian background made his stomach grumble so we quickly settled down on the patio for our first dining experience in Harrison.

We were fortunate enough to catch the early bird special, served until 6 pm which meant that we ordered dinner sized meals for lunch at decent prices.  The service was friendly and informative and we did not sit with empty drinks at any time even though the place was busy.

Sightseeing from the patio towards the lake

When our food arrived we barely had time to take these photos; I believe we inhaled these meals as best we could.  In fact, the meals were so amazing, we returned the following day for lunch again!

Bratwurst and Sauerkraut. This meal was ordered on two separate occasions!

This Vienna Schnitzel was pan-fried to golden, crispy perfection and its size is not to be taken lightly

This age-old recipe for Bavarian Meatloaf was moist and delicious

Located at 180 Esplanade Street, Harrison Hot Springs, BC  Tel- 604-796-9343

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