Remember when we told you about Seven Hens, the new schnitzel restaurant in North Decatur?
Well, the joint is already earning plaudits from fans, including a critic at Creative Loafing.
From a review in this month's issue:
Of the various country combinations, almost all make for a satisfying sandwich or salad. I found the American to be the lone clunker, with a mix of Cajun seasoning and barbecue sauce that tastes way too much like artificial potato chip flavoring. The Indian packs a lot of flavor with its sweet curried yogurt sauce, Indian spices, and crisp cucumber salad with cilantro. The Mexican spices things up with a nice duo of chipotle aïoli and cilantro mojo sauce — for a healthier version, I recommend choosing the grilled chicken and salad version with hot peppers and avocado. The French feels the most classic (there's no Austria, or Israel for that matter), with Dijon mustard and an olive tapenade aïoli. Really, it's a matter of whatever mood you're in, and you can always go rogue and make up your own combination.
Read the full review in Creative Loafing.
And here's some previous coverage of Seven Hens in North Druid Hills-Briarcliff Patch:
- New North Decatur Schnitzel Restaurant Featured on CBS
- Seven Hens Schnitzel Restaurant Opens in North Decatur
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