Schnitz

Staff Writer
Schnitz

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Although the wait can seem unnecessarily long during off-peak hours, the tantalizing smell from the kitchen promises that is worthwhile and the food indeed lives up to the expectations.

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

The Bamberg is slightly spicy with a strong hint of dijon mustard and schnitzel that is cooked to perfection – crisp on the outside yet tender on the inside. The pretzel brioche makes every meal hearty but not overwhelming.

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

The visually-appealing Sweet Onion, served with a pink beet tzatziki sauce, is surprisingly light and refreshing. The flavor of the schnitzel is enhanced by a combination of pickled cabbage, jicama, radish and cilantro that makes the sandwich seem light and not at all calorie-laden.

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

The Yonz is a great choice for all vegetarians out there. Instead of the traditional meat, the schnitzel is made with a combination of corn and butternut squash. The honey-sriracha mayo adds a wonderful finishing touch to this healthier option.

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

No meal at Schnitz is complete without an order of the signature fries. Coated with a special seasoning, the fries have a distinct flavor and are incredibly addictive.

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Photo by Delissa Handoko

For a delicious and creative schnitzel sandwich, stop by Schnitz on your next trip to the East Village!


Location: 177 1st Ave (bet 10th and 11th)
Hours of Operation: Sun-Wed noon to midnight, Thu-Sat noon to 2am

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