Sterle's Slovenian Country House CLOSED


1401 E 55th Street Cleveland, OH
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Comments (10)

  • Posted by [email protected]August 20, 2019

    CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED - This place is closed and has been since 2017

  • Posted by C2CigarsNovember 02, 2015

    We tried the Chicken Paprikash and Weiner Schnitzel. They were alright but not great. The service was lacking, almost non-existence. Big disappointment. The dark, drab interior was depressing.

  • Posted by I eat for funJanuary 07, 2015

    Sterle's Chicken Paprikash will give Tony Packo's a run for the money; it was down right good! The stuffed cabbage was the best we've eaten. Enjoyed the Wienerschnitzel. Service was good. I balked at the prices until I seen the portions. We had enough Chicken Paprikash leftover for our dinner tonight. Sterl

  • Posted by Uncle EdOctober 20, 2012

    Was my favorite place in Cleveland but it has gone down-hill badly
    over the past few years. Veal is
    tasteless, help isn’t very social, and basically I wont go back. Too bad really, it was GREAT at one time.

  • Posted by AnonymousApril 14, 2012

    Great food, good portions, fun atmosphere (you can't go wrong with an accordion and polka music).

  • Posted by AnonymousApril 14, 2012

    Great food, good portions we will return with friends :-D I love the atmosphere (German/Polish/Slavic).

  • Posted by Guy B.December 22, 2011

    My wife and I ate here in September of 2010. We had the schnitzel dinner. It was excellent. The portions were huge, the owner was a very interesting lady and talked to us a couple of different times while we were enjoying our meal. We lived in Germany for a couple of years in our youth, and enjoyed the conversation.

  • Posted by snowflakeyOctober 30, 2010

    Went on Friday night. Good service, friendly.  Live music a very talented organ/accordian musician.  Liver melted in my mouth it was so tasty.  HUGE portions.  Friends ate fried perch, chicken soup was excellent, veal parm.  All was good. Dancing by couple and kids.

  • Posted by Kerry & GregMarch 15, 2010

    Not even sure where to start describing this place.  What a fun time we had.  The atmosphere was electric.  Very busy, seems like a great place to go with the family.  Food was great.  We ordered the Sausage and sauerkraut and the veal florentine.  Both dishes were delicious.  Sausage was like no other I'd ever had.  Service was a little slow due to the crowd but we didn't mind since we enjoyed being there listening to the band and being serenaded by the accordion player.  Kids dancing on the dancefloor was very entertaining too.  We'd definitely go back.  Oh... did I mention the strudle?  YUM!

  • Posted by ETJanuary 13, 2010

    Absolutely the best ethnic food around!  Chicken soup is just like Grandma made.  Servings are fantastic.  Quick service, delicious home cooked meal!

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