Fodor's Expert Review Jolesch

$$ Kreuzberg Austrian

The front bar area and a cozy dining room are usually filled with chattering locals and the occasional dog peeking out from under the table (pets are allowed in unexpected places in Berlin, including many restaurants). The house specialties include Viennese classics like Wiener schnitzel and apple strudel, but look for surprises, too, on the seasonal daily menu, which is full of interesting ingredients and unusual combinations like grilled octopus with saffron sorbet in spring, or a trio of duck, including silky foie gras, in fall. In late April and May, during "Spargelzeit," the white asparagus season, there is a special menu featuring the delicacy.

Austrian Intimate Lunch Dinner $$

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Muskauerstr. 1
Berlin, Berlin  10997, Germany

030-612–3581

www.jolesch.de

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