Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Schnitzel Cordon Bleu in Berlin

Veal Schnitzel Cordon Bleu is delicious, and terrific when served at Antica Roma at Kurfürstendamm in Berlin, and the best thing - it is nearly for free, at least according to our wallet.

We were hungry, and heading for a decent place for a good lunch. Antica Roma seemed to be a good idea, probably for pasta, but when seeing they had Veal schnitzel Cordon Bleu on the menu, a schnitzel with ham and cheese, it was definitely something to go for!

The schnitzel at Antica Roma was served with a creamed chantelerelle sauce and crunchy crispy french fries. Delicious!!

And what to drink? We decided to go for the Lambrusco, 1/2 liter served in a jug, but found that it was far too sweet for our taste, and ordered another jug of Chianti - ah!! 2 jugs of wine, 1 bottle of Italian mineral water, our meals, and one espresso - all for €40. A ridiculous sum, and we were even a little tipsy.

Great place, so if you would like to try it yourself, here is the address:

Ristorante Antica Roma
Wittenbergplatz 5-6
10789 Berlin
Phone: 211 49 64
Fax: 213 85 54
See location on map here

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