After a long absence, we dined at Chalet Alpina on July 4th (2008)- looking for hot dogs but did better with wonderful Bavarian sausages and icy cold dark Spatten beer. Enjoyed it so much went again July 18th for a respite from the heat wave. Cool, dark interior with an inviting bar area. My barometer for a good restaurant is "warm bread" and good cold beer; there was both. This time, we enjoyed the Bavarian pork selections, Kessler Ripchen, pork loin, and a wurst. I had the St. Peter fish. What a pleasant surprise! St. Peter fish is a rare offering and this was fresh and delicious. Oh, yes, a secret side dish (not on their menu)- their fried shoestring onions. It is offered with their steak, but you can order it as a side - and it goes so well with the meats. We also had the spaetzle and home fries (did I mentioned we ate copiously?)-both excellent. Skpped the dessert because then we wouldn't have been able to get out of the booth. Absolutely did NOT break the bank! The place has a nice, calm atmosphere, with cheerful and attentive waitresses. The hosts also work hard to give the patrons a warm welcome. From some of the side conversations, there seem to be many regulars. Parking is easy - meters end at 7pm. Highly recommend the Chalet Alpina for quality food, service with a fine atmosphere, all at very moderate prices.
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