Delis, German, Austrian, Beer bars, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 08:00
$$$$ Price range per person $ 11 - 30
1340 S Vista Ave, Boise
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Boise, Idaho, USA

German cuisine is what Das Alpenhaus Delikatessen boasts. Based on the reviewers' opinions, waiters serve nicely cooked yellow pea soup, pork and deli sandwiches here. A number of guests suppose that you can have good beer or delicious wine at this place.

The cheerful staff welcomes visitors all year round. If you want to experience fabulous service, you should go to this spot. Many people mark that the dishes are offered for democratic prices. 4.7 is what Das Alpenhaus Delikatessen got from the Google rating system.

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Kenneth Morgan
Great food great staff
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a month ago
Dankesehr Kenneth!
Hans Hilmer
absolutely devine
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a month ago
Dankesehr Hansi!
Tallulah H.
My companion and I discovered this delikatessen on a gray, rainy day in March.  Here is what we discovered! The Food:  This is a true German Deli with several options.  The deli features one special a day and they sell it until it's gone.  The day we were there was a  Schweine Schnitzel m. Bohnensalat & Rotkohl (Pork Schnitzel w/ Bean Salad & Cooked Red Cabbage).  This is a huge meal and my companion and I were not up for that hearty of a lunch.  But there were other options!  You can order a full sandwich, 1/2 sandwich or soup and there are deli options including red cabbage, sauerkraut and a red bean salad.  My companion ordered a 1/2 sandwich of ham and Munster cheese on rye... which was HUGE and a bowl of thick, delicious beef, barley and vegetable soup.  I ordered a 1/2 sandwich as well with corned beef and Havarti on a country loaf. I chose a split pea soup that was delicious.  Thick and creamy with vegetables and wonderful small chunks of ham.  Just what we needed on a cloudy, gray day!  Note:  If you are a Vegetarian or Vegan, you may want to skip this place.  It's all about meat, cheese and beer baby! Ambiance:  This delikatessen is also a small grocery store that carries german specialties as well as beer and wine.  It's a small space so the owners have made the most of the tiny area.  That's okay because it means the seating is communal! We had a lovely conversation with diners at our table and the other table had diners that spoke German that were helping the  young waiter practice with his German! There are two tables that on each bench can fit three comfortably and 4 squishing a bit.  If you add a chair on one end, the total seating for the deli is 18.  We arrived around 11:45 and barely got two spaces but people tend to devour their food and be on their way so we didn't have to wait to seat.  If you are popping in on your lunch hour, I suggest you get your meal to go. The deli is located in a small strip mall and it is easy to miss.  Look for the plastic European flags located out on the walkway. My only suggestion is for the owners to "beef" up their deli case.  The meats and cheeses looked rather sad (although fresh).  Take a cue from other deli's like The Co-op, Whole Foods or Fred Meyer.  Making things look tasty, wrapped properly and with nicely laminated signs with cute handwriting can go far for selling out of your case. Maybe a little explanation under the title of item describing what the meat or cheese is with how it may be used (a long-time deli worker/manager speaking). Service:  Everyone was friendly and explained how the restaurant worked.  Service was quick and efficient and they were knowledgeable about their products.  My companion was buying some gifts for family members, and they were able to suggest beer and other items. Price:  Reasonable for lunch.  A meal (a very large, satisfying meal), will cost you about $10. I really hope this delikatessen continues to serve its increasingly diverse area of Boise. I may just go back tomorrow!  The woman behind the counter explained that tomorrow is a very popular day serving Spätzle m. Gulasch & Rotkohl (German Pasta w/ Goulash & Cooked Red Cabbage).  Check the Das Alpenhaus Delikatessen website for the daily special.
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1340 S Vista Ave, Boise, Idaho, USA
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Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Takeaway Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 08:00-18:00
TuesdayTue 08:00-18:00
WednesdayWed 08:00-18:00
ThursdayThu 08:00-18:00
FridayFri 08:00-21:00
SaturdaySat 08:00-19:00

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