Brooklyn, NY 11215
Village Voice's Description
Enormous steins of German beer, plate-sized wiener schnitzels and piles spaetzle with browned, crispy edges can all be had for a song at this comfy, crowded Austrian joint. The best hangover cure in Brooklyn might be the smoked pork loin, topped with two poached eggs and served with craggy home fries. Also worth ordering: the goulash, featuring big, rough hunks of stewed beef, and the chicken paprika, drenched in a rust-colored cream sauce so tasty that you could drink a glass of it.
Tips from foursquare
Get Austrian and spÃ¤tzel it up a bit!
every Monday is six dollar goulash night! it's amazing!
get the steamed mussels , and the celery potato soup
Get a black beer
Monday night is Gulash Night ... Limited menu, but it's $7 mains! Nice!
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