Servus at Austria
Welcome to the most cozy Stuberl in Kreuzberg, the Austria. This Austrian restaurant has become a real Berlin institution over the past 23 years. The best way to reach the restaurant via the underground station Gneisenaustraße or Südstern.
Feasting the Austrian-International Way
Austria is known internationally not only for Mozart, mountains and Vienna, but also for the hospitable, open and heartfelt nature of the Alpine state. But above all, one of the favorite dishes of the Germans has its origin: The Schnitzel. This dish is now available and many variations that taste more and sometimes less good. In Austria, there is the thinnest tapped, golden-brown and delicious Schnitzel in Kreuzberg. In Bergmannstrasse in Bergmannkiez in Berlin – Kreuzberg it is not difficult to find culinary delicacies, but a unique dish like Austria is still rare.
Enjoyment meets tradition
Tradition and pleasure meet in Austria. In addition to the classic Austrian dishes such as Kaiserschmarrn, Jause and Tafelspitz, the menu also includes many small dishes. In addition, the operators also offer a fine selection of wines, which are delivered directly from Austrian winemakers. Instead of following current lifestyle trends, the restaurant relies on hospitality in a rustic atmosphere, of course on Austrian staff and the full-bodied taste of the Alps. If you come here, you will be rewarded with the smell of butter, a generous Viennese schnitzel lapping over the edge of your nose and delicious Austrian beer.
Austria has created an institution of permanence in the wild Kreuzberg, to which locals as well as tourists like to stop off and come again. It is a good gastronomic change, in addition to the whole kebab stalls and Spätis.