Fodor's Expert Review Ottenthal

$$ Charlottenburg Austrian

This intimate restaurant with white tablecloths is owned by Austrians from the small village of Ottenthal, and serves as an homage to their hometown—the wines, pumpkinseed oil, and organic ingredients on the menu all come from there. Interesting and delicious combinations might include pike perch with lobster sauce and pepper-pine-nut risotto, or venison medallions with vegetable-potato strudel, red cabbage, and rowanberry sauce. The huge Wiener schnitzel extends past the plate's rim, and the pastas and strudel are homemade. Ottenthal opens at 5 pm, which makes it a good option for a leisurely meal before catching a show at Theater des Westens around the corner. This is also a good choice on Sunday evening, when many of Berlin's fine restaurants are closed.

Austrian Casual Dinner Pre-Theater $$

Quick Facts

Kantstr. 153
Berlin, Berlin  10623, Germany

030-313–3162

www.ottenthal.com

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No lunch

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