Authentic German food in the Great Smoky Mountain in Tennessee. Feel you are on the streets of Germany where a meal can be found on every bend, warm with lots of flavour and the aroma drifting around every corner and hitting your senses. Enjoy the taste of Europe, sausages and hard rolls from Germany and fries from Belgium, all served with dipping sauces such as Bohemian Kase, Black Forrest, and Parmesan Ranch. You are at Poynor’s Pommes Frites. Try their Spaghetti Ice Cream, which is Vanilla Bean Ice Cream with pureed strawberry or raspberry topping, grated premium white chocolate, and a Ferrero Rocher chocolate ball.
German sausage known as a brat in American English, is a sausage usually composed of veal, pork or beef. The name is derived from Old High German Bratwurst, from brät, which is finely chopped meat and Wurst, or sausage. They deal with the finest Authentic German Specialties Suppliers known for their line of Brats including original white, smoked veal and Nuernberger. Every day, fresh dough is kneaded and baked to create a unique German hard roll called Broetchen. The bread is chewy and dense but served with Brats makes it all the difference and the dipping mustard sauce is a splendid way to enjoy the meal. Choice of dip ranges from Lowensenf, Alstertor or Dark Ale. Also on offer is the American French, original and spicy for those who prefer not to be too adventurous.
The Pommes Frites, which is fried potato is the general choice of side dish along with Brat & Broetchen. They are called Belgian Fries and the difference with this and French fires is that it is fried twice thus leaving a crispy crunchy golden brown exterior and soft baked potato interior. They are served piping hot with coarse ground kosher salt. As a compliment to the fries, 15 different types of sauce is served which includes garlic, horse-radish, curry, fresh crack black pepper, fruit, and some have a kick or heat to enhance the flavour. There is also ketchup and warm cheese. And do try the Spaghetti Ice, a very special dessert!
"German Food Served Fast" is their motto and you will be extremely satisfied with their large portions.
Poynor's Pommes Frites Travel Tips
- Tips & Warnings: They do not accept reservations and no home delivery but you can sit there and order.
- There is no alcohol but they have outdoor seating arrangement.
- It’s a good place for lunch with the kids but to go in a large group, is not a good idea because they don’t cater to large groups.
- They do not have waiters, so be patient if your order takes a bit of time.
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