Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar

Row 1

132 W 58th St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave.)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 957-5550
Austrian, French, Molecular Gastronomy
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Theres a certain comedy in trying to parse out ones order: Frhlingssalat (arugula salad), Jakobsmuscheln (sea scallops), Zwiebelroastbraten (strip loin).
  • For $27 you can have a 3-course lunch here including a lovely and light dessert. For $7 more, upgrade to one of the more decadent Austrian sweet finishes. - Inspector
  • Must try the Kabeljau (Chatham Cod), you will not regret it. Save 30% off your entire bill by booking here:
  • Try the Spatzle, Lamm, Weiner Schnitzel and the Lachsforelle. They also offer a three-course prixe fixe lunch. But you absolutely must try The Eiskaffea more refined milkshake.
  • Poached egg lobster appetizer is the best appetizer I've ever had in my life! Must get!
  • Definitely try the Schweinebauch (pork belly, lemon, paprika)
  • This is the place to go for Austrian specialties like Schweinbauch (pork belly) spritzed with honey vinegar. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
  • Go for a schnitzel
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  • Get the schnitzel, but begin with the salmon and cuke gazpacho, end with the melon ball dessert. You won't be disappointed. So so good
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  • Awarded one star () in the 2015 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants. ***NOW CLOSED***
  • My favorite pace for german food shut down and turned into a Greek. Online page and menu have not been updated yet although management already changed the food in December. Totally disappointed.
  • Definitely, definitely get the poached egg!!! Don't mix it up too much to preserve the texture.
  • Istimlenmis somon baligi cok col iyiydi. Yumurtali sebzeli istakoz guzel ve farkli lezzet. Schnitzel i meshur ancak et schnitzel tavuk degil
  • Really solid Austrian cuisine, schnitzel and veal cheeks as well as pork belly appetizer are great, very solid desserts
  • Great service, best schnitzel in the city! Check it out!
  • Michelin-starred Austrian food? Try the Pochiertes El (lobster, hen of the woods mushrooms, breadcrumbs) and you'll see what you've been missing.
  • Hands down the best Schnitzel in New York