July 28, 2010

The Musket

I've been searching for a German restaurant in Toronto for awhile. So I finally found one in Etobicoke and I was super excited to go! My mom loves to eat roasted pork knuckle and I took here with that dish in mind.
One friendly diner offered to take a picture of my mommy and me =D We must've looked like tourists because I kept taking pictures!
Some ordinary bread to start off the meal. These tasted good when dipped in...
French Onion Soup: perfectly cheesy! I can't get enough of onions!
The star of the meal- BBQ Pork Hocks- I found out that this is called Schweinshaxe in German. I used to eat this in Macau and I've never had it in Toronto so I was super excited to find a place that serves it! And it was totally worth the trip going there! It was served with mustard, Sauerkraut (sour cabbage) and home fries. The Sauerkraut was nasty but the home fries were absolutely delectable!
My mommy really loves 德國鹹猪手
The thin and crispy skin was roasted to perfection. When you bite into it, the skin is infused with the pork fat and the meat almost melts in your mouth! I will definitely come back to try some of their other dishes!
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4 comments:

  1. Hey woman,

    Long time no talk, I just happened to browse your blog after you posted a link on facebook.

    If you're looking for an awesome German place in Waterloo ... there's a place called the Heidelberg restaurant which is known for their amazing homecooked food. There's pig hock there but you have to reserve 4 hours in advance so they make it for you.

    http://www.oldhh.com/

    They also homebrew their own beer, and alot of people find it authentic and amazing.

    Cheers.

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