Anytime German from The Sherman

Full-service catering featuring savory German Cuisine




Great Food. Great Service. Great Fun. Easy for you.

Welcome to Anytime German at The Sherman.

Please allow three (3) full days prep time for all our German-Sherman catering orders.

This menu is recommended for groups about 10 or more. For smaller groups or shorter waiting times, you may want to order from our BOX LUNCH TO-GO menu or directly from our LUNCH, DINNER, or EARLY DINERS menus.

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QUESTIONS? Call us at 812-934-1000
or send an email to Info@The-Sherman.com.


Bavaria a region in Southern German known for its unique dialect, King Ludwig who built dozens of castles and most famously, for inventing OKTOBERTFEST.
Bier beer
Black Forest a region in Southern Germany known for its thick forest and the setting for popular fairy tales
Boehringer in 1859, German immigrant Henry Boehringer became Batesville’s first major builder. A three-story building with a basement on East Pearl Street (formerly known as Broadway Street) became known as the Boehringer Hall because of the dance floor on the third story. The Sherman honors his memory and accomplishments with a banquet hall and exclusive ranch dressing named after Mr. Boehringer.
Borscht a soup popular in several Eastern European cuisines. The variety most commonly associated with the name in English is of Ukrainian origin and includes beetroots as one of the main ingredients. Our variation takes a German spin, and uses golden beets, which deliver a milder flavor than traditionally used red beets. Borscht derives from an ancient soup originally cooked from pickled stems, leaves and umbels of common hogweed, a herbaceous plant growing in damp meadows, which lent the dish its Slavic name. Ours is made by combining our house made chicken stock and vegetables, which includes beets, green cabbage, carrots, yellow potatoes and spices.
Bratkartofflen Potatoes first boiled, then peeled and finally fried with spices.
Chocolate Chocolat
Dunkel blackened or dark
Falscher fake, an imposter
Geschnetzeltes meat cut into strips
Golden Beets flavor is milder than red beets with a slightly earthy, but with a nuttiness to them reminiscent of walnuts, and a mild sweetness like the smell of apples or apricots
Hase Rabbit
Käsespätzle German macaroni and cheese, sort of
Maultaschen ravoli; literally translated “mouth pocket”
Pomegranate A fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree that bears a ruby red, delicious and nutrient rich fruit
Potato Dumpling Cooked potatoes mashed and then mixed with flour and egg, shaped into a ball and boiled.
Rouladen served in the form of a roll
Sauer tart or sour
Schloss a castle, palace or manor house
Spätzle a kind of soft, egg and flour noodle
Speck Small diced pieces of bacon, fully cooked adds both flavor and texture
Swabian someone or something from the southwestern part of Germany
Zürcher someone or something from Zürich, Switzerland