Fodor's Expert Review Schneeweiss

$$ Friedrichshain Austrian
Friedrichshain locals have been enjoying this corner spot for years, drawn in by the alpine-inspired new German cuisine and lively atmosphere. Somewhere along the way, the rest of the city caught on, and Schneeweiss has gone from neighborhood hangout to dinner destination. Classics like Wiener schnitzel and cheese spätzle share the menu with more inventive dishes like pork belly with scallops or homemade pumpkin and walnut ravioli. Traditional Austrian desserts like apple strudel and Kaiserschmarrn (pancakes torn into pieces, with powsered sugar and blueberry compote) always make an appearance. The wine list, not surprisingly, also leans German and Austrian.
Austrian Lively Lunch Dinner $$

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Simplonstr. 16
Berlin, Berlin  10245, Germany

030-2904–9704

www.schneeweiss-berlin.de

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