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As part of our adventure to Howe Caverns we had a dinner certificate to A Taste of Europe that ended up being an unbelievable, delicious experience! If you visit Howe Caverns you must have dinner at A Taste of Europe. It is authentic food with the chef born and raised in the Czech Republic. Jeannette helped her grandmother with preparing meals for their family and she is inspired by the cuisines of many European countries. With Jeannette’s credentials I knew we were going to have a delicious, awesome dining experience! Their dinner menu has a wide variety of options that is hard to pick from because it all sounds so good! I am a foodie and I just love trying new restaurants and dishes while on holiday. We did not meet Jeannette as she was busy in the kitchen. But her husband and the waitress who served us were so friendly and engaging. Just a wonderful experience that I hope to enjoy again!!
A Taste of Europe sign

A Taste of Europe restaurant

A Taste of Europe decor

We started with a Crabcake and Sesame Seaweed Salad – yes seaweed and it was all delicious!

A Taste of Europe Crabcake and Sesame Seaweed Salad

We then had the warm cucumber soup with dill and a hint of lemon – just awesome!
A Taste of Europe cucumber soup

Our dinner of Hungarian “Goulash” and German “Sauerbraten” was delicious. The meat was so tender you did not need a knife. The red cabbage was tender with a nice flavor. I never had German Spaetzle Dumplings and this winter I will be making them. And yes, those are edible flowers as part of the garnish!

A Taste of Europe dinner

A Taste of Europe dinner 2

For this special occasion dessert was a must and of course it was delicious! The tea was served in a hand made pottery tea pot – a very nice touch! Have you ever been to A Taste of Europe?

A Taste of Europe Dessert Menu

A Taste of Europe Dessert 1

A Taste of Europe Dessert 2

A Taste of Europe Dessert 3

10 thoughts on “Our Delicious and wonderful Dining Experience at A Taste of Europe

  1. Wow that does look fabulous, it gives me a load of new ideas. What is the edible flower that was included?

    1. Bernice says:

      I don’t know what type of a flower it was but it had an earthy flavor. Best way I can describe it because of course I had to eat the edible flower, ha ha

  2. The smells from the kitchen have made their way h.e.r.e. Mm mm terrific.
    Hi Bernice. Haven’t been around much and will disappear again off and on. Nice to see you. ❤

    1. Bernice says:

      Good to see you too! I have been rather busy at work so have not been blogging as much as usual. But I do have some Thanksgiving recipes that I will be posting. I am still slowly catching up with the blogging world!

      1. I’m doing another disappearing act so if you don’t see me, it’s not ’cause I’m ignoring you.
        We had our Thanksgiving second Monday of this month.

      2. Bernice says:

        Thanks for letting me know! See you when you return!

  3. Always nice to experience real international cuisines.

    1. Bernice says:

      Yes it was such a special treat!!

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