We found Cafe Katja by accident. We were only going to get a cup of coffee but ended up get a great meal! The whole menu looked awesome. We had the brat and sauerkraut and some dessert. We also had the cured meat appetizer. The...More
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Dropped in with friends for brunch, and lovely service, superb food, massive portions, really flavourful and sauerkraut as good as my Mother's.
On a rainy Sat. noon time we stopped in for lunch. Even though they were full we decided to stay instead of moving on in the pouring rain. This was a very good decision. Eventually we decided to eat at the bar, which was cozy...More
Sometimes, I do not like to review a restaurant that is my go-to or a great secret. After going around to galleries and the New Museum on a Sunday, I always end my day at Cafe Katja. In fact, it keeps me going! It is...More
This is a wonderful German/Austrian pub. Menu is filled with 'old world' delights and everything we ordered was terrific. A fine selection of bier and liquor is also available. Pub interior is beautiful. Staff is friendly and prompt. Highly recommended.
Always a fave when heading to the lower east side - a gem on Orchard Street. Delicious, market driven food with an Austrian twist made to order. Something for everyone and including vegetarians. Totally downtown chill vibe with locals and tourists. Great food and amazing...More
A fairly limited menu but what there is is Choice. Service was attentive, the atmosphere casual and the food delicious. Austrian/German Comfort food that will please everyone
Great place, great food. Our large group tried several different items on the menu and all were really good. Must give an A++ rating on the Goulash. Best gravy and spatezle ever. Desserts were also amazing. Especially loved the chocolate cake. Staff was very attentive....More
Recommended by the Tenement Museum staff and thank you to them! The food was really good, the wait staff was warm and friendly, the restaurant just the right level of noise and light. Friend had the duck and she raved about it for the next...More