Schnitzel is breaded meat, it already contains bread. Only Romanians would eat that with more bread.
I keep getting this wrong because I cannot spell the English version of Snitzel
In my opinion, "You eat a schnitzel on bread." Should be accepted, even-though you can eat the schnitzel and the bread on separate bytes. :-)
that's a loose translation, because cu means with, not on. details my friend, details
This is the funniest spelling of Schnitzel I have seen so far. (nevermind we do the same in Cyrillic)
I have mentioned this elsewhere, I think that "escalope" would be a better English translation of "șnițel". Schnitzel is, as far as I am aware, an escalope of veal [as in Wiener Schnitzel]: that it is a particular dish and not a generic word for a flattened piece of pork, chicken or whatever.