This is one of few choices for German in the area and is our preferred stop on the north side of the beach. It's not entirely authentic Bavarian cuisine though the menu might imply it and the...
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Established in 1984 by Horst Goetz, Horst Gasthaus is a taste of Bavaria brought to Myrtle Beach. The current kitchen staff includes a Chef that was born & raised in the small Bavarian town of Prien am Chiemsee where he began his culinary career before moving to the United States in 1986 and began working at Horst Gasthaus in 1989.Our Menu offers a wide variety of German dishes including daily specials & our popular "all you can eat Pork Chops".
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The Bavarian decor & the name of the dishes and owner are Germanic in origin, but I can not believe the food we had was authentic Germanic culinary. Sauerbraten (aka German pot roast) is not the...
Bad food, bad service and bad entertainment. Save your money! I ordered the cabbage roll special but was enforced 10 minutes later that they were out of it. I asked if I could just order a hot...
Awesome potato pancakes and Spaten beer! The all you can eat pork chops are unbelievable! Great tasting! Cucumber salad was tasty too! My parents said its the best potato pancake theyve had, and...
The menu looks good but the food could use a bit of work. I had the Wiener Schnitzel and it was really greasy and one side was cooked well done and the other side was barely browned. The green...
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