So Sundays are made for pancakes, bacon, omelettes, fresh-squeezed orange juice, and long, slow sessions with NPR. Although I'm usually a pancake girl, lately, it's been french toast that has been occupying my thoughts. This might be because the few times I have seen french toast served in a restaurant here, it's been sub-par. Most french toast in Germany is made with cardboard-like slabs of white bread that are misleadingly labeled "American Bread" and come already tasting slightly stale. I would just generally advise against ordering french toast in a German restaurant, especially because if you are craving something like pancakes or french toast, Germans have their own version called Kaiserschmarrn, which is consistently delicious and a far better pick at a restaurant.