Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter

Dined on December 28th.

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For my last  post of 2016, I would like to write about Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter as a promise to my good friend James who recommend it. The Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter is a family owned and operated German restaurant in Stillwater that has been around since 1966.

First Impression: The restaurant is nestled in a pine forest which is literally in the middle of nowhere. The outside features goats and chickens. The inside had a cabin feel atmosphere. The place is definitely unique.
 Eats:
goulasch-soup
I ordered the special which came with either Soup or Salad. I opted for the Goulash Soup. The soup was tomato based, thick, flavorful, and filled with chunks of meat. It was a nice delicious cup of soup filled with warmth.

pork-special

The special was a Bourbon marinated pork served with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut. I substituted the sauerkraut with vegetables. The meal also came with a creamy gravy, which I doused the mashed potatoes in. The gravy greatly elevated the mashed potatoes. The pork was sweet, tender and cooked nicely.
Verdict:
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You must be doing something right if you have been around for over 50 years. I am glad to have made a stop at Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter. A place with only German imported beers on tap is worth a visit. I need to acknowledge the great service too. We were well treated and learned that a majority of the staff had been around for 20+ years. If ever in Stillwater, visit this great family restaurant serving good German food.
Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter
8390 Lofton Avenue Stillwater, MN 55082
651-439-7128
Wednesday-Friday: 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday: 12 pm – 9 pm (Lunch Noon-4 pm)
Sunday: 12pm – 8pm
Monday-Tuesday: Closed

 

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