Obatzda at Ilsa’s Kitchen

In: Eating

21 Jun 2011

UPDATE: closed (map) One bite of this delicious spread, and you could be forgiven for thinking “obatzda” means “heavenly” in German. This appetizer is a blend of braunschweiger, or liver pate, with softened brie cheese and butter. Spread it on the freshly baked, piping-hot pretzel rolls, add a little homemade mustard, and say, “danke.”

Ilsa’s Kitchen website

1 Response to Obatzda at Ilsa’s Kitchen

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Jen

June 21st, 2011 at 6:22 pm

Love Ilsa’s authentic German food. If only the service were a bit snappier, we’d eat there all the time!

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