At the Austrian restaurant Jolesch in Berlin-Kreuzberg you can get one of Berlin's best Wiener Schnitzel! The offer is rounded off with a large selection of Austrian wines from their own wine store. Jolesch's chef Tobias Janzen creates in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg an inventive menu of exquisite alpine cuisine every month. The Tyrolese Gröstl for examples comes as roasted belly of Duroc pork with potato pâté, sour gherkins and baked quail eggs on your plate - doesn't that sound delicious? Tafelspitz, a variety of boiled prime beef, is served as a praliné or boiled prime veal with a mousse of Granny Smith apples and horseradish, jelly of the prime beef broth and chive.
The Austrian cuisine is complimented with a huge selection of wines from their own wine store. With nearly 400 Austrian wines on sale, the Jolesch offers the biggest variety of Austrian wines outside of Austria.
JoleschMuskauer Straße 1
- Monday to Friday: 11:30 am - midnight
- Saturday: 05:00 pm - midnight
- Sunday: 11:30 am - midnight
- Parking: Difficult
- Card Payment: EC, Amex, Mastercard, Visa
- Lunch Hours: Noon - 03:00 pm