Monday, 14 April 2008


South-German, Austrian/Bavarian

A bit hyped, good "Alpine Cuisine" for affordable prices

From "Chiu on This": "We shared two entrees from their daily specials list: a lovely roasted chicken with green beans and rosemary potatoes and interesting-in-a-good-way spinach dumplings that the waitress inaccurately described as gnocchi. With a soft drink, the whole meal came out to 20 euro, which I thought was very reasonable given the quality of the food, the swank digs, and the unpretentious staff."

From Miami, bro: "[Schneeweiss] is located in the Friedrichshain neighborhood (which was bumping with eating people) and offers flawless, traditional Alpine cuisine. I love wiener schnitzel, but I got the roasted pork, seen here. It's not as much the look but the perfect taste of it that made me fall in love. Eddie and Juergen got the lamb, and I deboed a few veggies from Eds, and they were so perfectly unaltered, plump and flavorful. It was as if God grew them from Her own belly and kissed them before placing them on the plate. The waiters were kind of laissez-faire about us, the atmosphere was pretty and modern, but the food was why I spent 20 hours curled up in a puddle of my own saliva, heavy on Valium in a shaky tiny plane. Please eat here. Your stomach will give you a high five."

The Basics
Simplonstraße 16, 10245 Berlin, Germany (S Warschauer Str. or U-Frankfurter Tor)
+49 (0)30 29 04 97 04

URL: Schneeweiß



Related Tours/Sites:
Could be integrated with a Communist Berlin Tour, or with customised Berlin tours

Nearby Hotels/Accommodation:

Upstalsboom (4 ****)

Gold Hotel (3 ***)
Hotel 26 (3 ***)

Junckers Hotel (2 **)

All in Hostel
A & O Hotel Friedrichshain
Hotel and Hostel Friedrichshain

More hotels and accommodation in Friedrichshain near Scheeweiss restaurant

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