Before leaving Virginia I made sure all reservations were made for the restaurants we were going to eat at in New York. I looked through The Amateur Gourmet’s list of where to eat and New York and chose from there.
There were several restaurants in his list that I wanted to try but I couldn’t get a confirmed reservation. Since Cafe Sabarsky looked interesting and different I chose that for our last dinner in New York.
Sha and I had the cheese stuffed bratwurst. It was really, really good. The sausage casing had a nice, crisp snap. The sausage itself wasn’t too salty despite the cheddar cheese oozing out of it. The roasted potatoes and sauerkraut were just perfect with the sausages for a simple yet filling meal.
smoked bratwurst stuffed with cheddar cheese
w/ sauerkraut, roasted potatoes & Dijon $14
How can we end an authentic Austrian meal without ordering a sachertorte? The cake layers were a bit dry but the apricot conserve and chocolate coating made up for it.
classic Viennese dark chocolate cake w/ house made apricot confiture
Thankfully everyone enjoyed dinner. I think my cousins forgave me for the not so great lunch we had earlier.
Monday and Wednesday – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tuesday – Closed