The Alois Oberbacher is a Neukölln-based Alpine restaurant with a traditional take on what's eaten in the mountains. The dinner card tickles your taste buds with air-dried ham as a starter, to Bavarian pork roast with a great crust and ends with the Kaiserschmarrn with licored apples.
With their move an bigger and better menu card came along. In addition to the well-known Alpine dishes, the Oberbacher focuses now on various Schnitzels, all of them cut from the finest meat and prepared with select crusts. The combination of crust, type of meat and side is totally up to the guests themselves, so every order is unique.
On the beverage front you can order corresponding wines from various wine regions, beer from the tap, distilled spirits and of course a wide variety of soft drinks to wash down your food.
The small wine card features white wines from Germany, Austria and Southern Tyrol. In the red wine department you will find a German Pinot Noir next to an Austrian Zweigelt and a French Bordeaux.
- Monday to Friday: 04:00 pm - midnight
- Saturday and Sunday: after noon
- Card Payment: EC
- Remark: Terrace restaurant: Inside seating: 90 guests, outside: 30 guests
- Parking: Difficult, however well communicated to public transport: U-Bahn Rosenthaler Platz, Oranienburger Tor; S-Bahn Oranienburger Straße