Dinner at Rhein Haus

Take a trip to Germany without leaving Seattle by visiting Rhein Haus. This restaurant and bar on Capital Hill feels like a German beer hall. The space is large with several bars and even Bocce courts you can reserve. The German cuisine on their menu looked worth a visit, so my husband and I checked it out for dinner. There were several dishes I wanted to try so we ended up getting five items to share. But first-beer. Or Bier, as you'd call it in German. He ordered a mug of beer which I believe was a Pilsner. I wanted something more fruity, so I ended up with a Grapefruit Beer-a Schofferhofer Hefeweizen. I loved the citrus flavor and it reminded me of an Orange Creamsickle. And of course, we had to toast and say "Prost", which is "cheers" in German.

For eats, we shared a House Baked Pretzel with Emmental-beer fondue, the Crispy Brussels Sprouts, the Wendel, the Chicken Schnitzel Sliders, and the Berliners Donuts with Raspberry dipping sauce. The Wendel was a spiral cut potato on a stick and was really fun to eat. We enjoyed the flavors of the Chicken Sliders the most. The pretzel was pretty standard as were the Brussels Sprouts. The donuts were soft and pillowy and tasted just right dipped in the raspberry sauce.

We felt transported to Germany and it was fun trying some of the dishes unique to the area, which we'd never had before. The setting was lively, loud, and dark. Just right for a night out with my better half.
Rhein Haus Seattle Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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