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Schweine Janes

Restaurants, German
Schweine Janes
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If you’re headed to a meal at Schweine Janes, arrive hungry, because this is serious German comfort food and the portions are enormous. Never mind the ambiance—or lack thereof—you’re here to eat: grilled leg of pork, roasted pork, pork liver, wiener schnitzel, pork on a skewer, and that’s just one corner of the menu. Top marks go to the schweine brötchen, tender chunks of breaded pork on a soft roll, but the schweinehaxe is a true rite of passage: succulent pork knuckle roasted on a spit and plated with Germany’s ubiquitous potatoes and sauerkraut. If you’re not into swine, there are other choices, including meaty beef goulash and roasted chicken. For “lighter” fare, order from the cheaper snack menu: a simple currywurst or bratwurst on a bun.

By: Jennifer Ceaser



Address: Bolkerstraße 13

Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 11:30am-1am; Fri, Sat 11:30am-3am
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