What do you eat with it?
In the early days of enjoying a "Wiener Schnitzel" it was served with potato salad - traditionally called "Erdäpfelsalat" - or parsley potatoes.
If you go to a restaurant today, the side dish is usually a small garden or side salad as well as French fries and a slice of lemon. Sometimes you can also find a stalk of parsley on the schnitzel.
...are commonly also a schnitzel. However, this expression does not come from the degree of saturation of the beer - which is actually not present at all compared to the Schnitzel, but from the number of calories. Because the beers together offer a calorie content of 600 kcal. This means that the schnitzel baked in fat can also be used.
Wiener Schnitzel special
The Cordon Bleu follows a similar preparation as the original, but with its ham and cheese filling it is almost more convincing than the schnitzel itself. Also, the Parisian Schnitzel, as well as the "Cotoletta alla milanese" (Italy) or the Tonkatsu (Japan) are similar to the Wiener Schnitzel.