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Doppelganger Kitchen By Bernhard

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by Janelle (subscribe)
I like to participate in life rather than be a spectator. Music, dancing, theatre, travelling, food, cycling and walking are some of my passions. Writing is an enjoyable pastime that allows me to share my experiences.
Published January 25th 2018
An Everyday Oktoberfest
Cafe, Austrian, Newcastle, beer, Darby Street
Austria on Darby Street (Facebook image)



A little piece of Austria has found a home in the busy Darby Street café precinct. Doppelganger Kitchen by Bernhardt provides wholesome home style food made using traditional cooking techniques. Bernhard the Austrian chef/owner and his wife Sharon relocated to Newcastle from Sydney to set up their business.


Cafe, Austrian, beer garden, menu, dinner
The beer garden blackboard menu (image JW)



Chill out in the leafy beer garden with a German ale or two and grab a pretzel or something more substantial. All of the food is fresh, homemade and prepared to order. The portion sizes are generous and the extensive well priced menu contains Bavarian staples such as schnitzel, pork knuckle, bratwurst and schupfnudel.



Dinner, Austrian, bratwurst, beer
Bavarian Bratwurst (image JW)



The bratwurst were tasty and the sauerkraut was an excellent accompaniment the dish was great value for $19.90.


Dinner, Austrian, schnitzel,
Pork schnitzel (image JW)



The pork schnitzel for $25.90 was a generous serve and the accompanying potato salad was just like my Austrian godmother made. Blackboard specials change regularly, there are European beers on tap and by the bottle and there is a variety of wines available as well as sprits, soft drinks, tea and coffee.


Dessert, dinner, Austrian, Newcastle, cafe, strudel, homemade
Strudel for dessert (image JW)



Although quite full we could not resist sampling the apple strudel which was light and crispy and full of flavour.

Something different in Darby Street


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Why? A taste of Austria in Newcastle
When: Tuesday - Friday 11:30am – 10:00pm, Weekends 9:00am - 10:00pm
Phone: 02 4927 8888
Where: 161 Darby Street, Cooks Hill
Cost: Moderately priced mains for less than $30
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