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Schnitzel King

Map & Directions 1720 Coney Island Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11230
  • German, Israeli
  • Sun-Thu 12pm-1am, Sat 5pm-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

In the Hall of the Schnitzel King the frying oil bubbles merrily, and into it fly the breaded chicken schnitzels. Fried to crispness, they're deposited on a baguette smeared with a sauce of your choice. Go crazy and get teriyaki. Even better is the shwarma, aromatic chicken heaped on a pita or a baguette, moistened with a wonderful papaya hot sauce halfway to being curry. Both sandwiches come heaped with your choice of crunchy condiments, including pickled entities, fried eggplant, and salad.

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  • Sonny S. on 12/17/11

    Never Order BLT

  • Leon T. on 05/25/10

    Best sandwiches in Brooklyn. Key is not to overdo it. Pick one or two salads and not more than 3 sauces...

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