Found in Sydney’s Double Bay, the appropriately named Double Bay Schnitzel House serves up German and European cuisine as well as a few Australian favourites in a lovely location on New South Head Road. Inspired by the flavours of Austria, Hungary, Germany and the surrounding countries, Double Bay Schnitzel House aims to share their passion for European food with the city’s foodies and beer lovers – the restaurant offers an incredible selection of import brews!
In Sydney’s eastern suburb of Double Bay, there’s a little piece of Europe hiding away on New South Head Road. Cosy and laidback, Double Bay Schnitzel House feels like a European beer tavern with comfortable forest green booths and wooden furnishings inspiring punters with several steins behind them to belt out the Ultravox and Midge Ure synth-pop classic Vienna. Best of all, the restaurant features a fully stocked bar with tasty German and Czech beers on tap, as well as an array of hard-to-find bottled craft and microbrewed varieties, fine wines and esoteric liquors.
Double Bay Schnitzel House is quickly becoming one of Sydney’s most talked-about restaurants owing to their pure and simple European specialties. Diners are encouraged to try entrees like the deep fried camembert, garlic prawns, and crumbed mushrooms before diving straight into the numerous schnitzel varieties – made with veal or chicken and served with a number of sauces – or mains like the hearty pork knuckle or swiss weisswurst. The restaurant also serves up some tasty seafood dishes like grilled Atlantic salmon and grilled barramundi alongside numerous pasta dishes. Make sure to reserve ahead for a taste of old-world cuisine at Sydney’s Double Bay Schnitzel House.