When it comes to traditional Austrian cuisine, owner Bodo Blum does not compromise. Here, you can expect to find food that is as authentic as it is filling. Famed for its classic style Wiener Schnitzel, Austria serves forth a dish that is both memorable and comforting. If you’re in the neighborhood during spring, you can substitute the usual side of potato salad for white asparagus in hollandaise.
The menu consists of Austrian classics such as strudel or the pork and pancakes, as well as boasting a decent wine list with a variety of Austrian and German varietals— the Gruner Vertliner in particular pairing particularly well with the Schnitzel. Then, the atmosphere of Austria compliments the hearty cuisine with its alpine style heavy wood furniture and antlers mounted on the wall. Located in the Bergmannkiez, it’s a top-notch spot for a pleasant, cozy evening of traditional Austrian fare.