I went to Jagerhof after passing it by for over a decade. I am sorry I missed out for so long! The place is very kitschy on the inside with deer antlers on the wall, pictures of Hapsburgs, muttonchopped military officers, and hunting scenes. I think it is supposed to look like an Austrian hunting lodge. Jagerhof means hunting lodge, huntsman's house, etc., more or less.
Judging by the large numbers of rotund German-types (and curiously, quite a few Chinese) in the place I think it must be the real deal. I had the Jagerhof Schnitzel, which as a previous reviewer remarked, has a kind of mushroom gravy. It also had the usual sides of pickled red cabbage and roasted potato pieces. It was awesome, and I greedily ate it up, washed down by a Warsteiner.
My friends had various kinds of sausage, with the same sides and they too were excellent. One adventurer in our group had a schnitzel with salmon and it was like a cross between schnitzel and salmon Wellington. Sounds weird but it worked!
The service is slow, mostly because there aren't enough servers, and the ambience is comfortable. The music alternated between polka favourites and 80's rock which was jarring, but not too much.
I finished with palatschinken, a desert that was a pair of crepes, one with cheese, one with apricot preserve. It was great.
Definitely a great place to get your schnitzel on!