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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Schnitzelbank Restaurant Review: Wienerschnitzel, sauerbraten, rouladen and sauerkraut form the core of The Schnitzelbank's menu, as you would expect. But you'll also find American favorites for those who aren't so fond of traditional German specialties. Chops, prime rib and rainbow trout are a few of the New World additions to the menu, as well as a steamed vegetable platter for any vegetarians who dare to set foot in this meat-centric eatery. At lunchtime, you can build your own sandwich from home-style meats like roast beef, sliced chicken and deli ham. The Schnitzelbank also prides itself on its extensive selection of imported beers and wines with, of course, heavy emphasis on German varieties. Half-timbered walls, heavy wooden furniture and German stemware help complete the effect of enjoying a good meal in the heart of southern Germany.