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Speisekammer

510-522-1300  •  $$
ADDRESS: 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda, CA 94501

CUISINE: German

FEATURES: Entertainment, Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
Think of German food, and you may think of high-fat red meat and carb-laden potatoes. Then there's Alameda's Speisekammer, where dishes are lighter than stereotypical German fare, and the menu even includes vegetarian selections. Also attracting customers are the dark, cozy dining rooms, an outdoor beer garden and the long wooden bar serving specialty German brews on tap — it's like a vintage German tavern. Lunch sandwiches are popular, such as the wiener schnitzel on a baguette or the grilled Gruyère cheese sandwich with caramelized onions. Many come for the potato pancakes at dinner, served with house-made applesauce. Other appetizers include poached bread dumplings and pickled herring served with pickles and onions. Entrées include smoked pork chops, grilled rib eye, sautéed pork loin in mushroom sauce and meat loaf wrapped in bacon and a fried egg. You'll welcome the sauerkraut, spatzle or red cabbage on the side. 




 

 

 

Kids' menu. Live music every weekend. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner Tue–Sun. Closed Mon.  "Meat-lovers go for the smoked pork chops with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes and the braised beef with red cabbage and spätzle."

— Gayot

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Think of German food, and you may think of high-fat red meat and carb-laden potatoes. Then there's Alameda's Speisekammer, where dishes are lighter than stereotypical German fare, and the menu even includes vegetarian selections. Also attracting customers are the dark, cozy dining rooms, an outdoor beer garden and the long wooden bar serving specialty German brews on tap — it's like a vintage German tavern. Lunch sandwiches are popular, such as the wiener schnitzel on a baguette or the grilled Gruyère cheese sandwich with caramelized onions. Many come for the potato pancakes at dinner, served with house-made applesauce. Other appetizers include poached bread dumplings and pickled herring served with pickles and onions. Entrées include smoked pork chops, grilled rib eye, sautéed pork loin in mushroom sauce and meat loaf wrapped in bacon and a fried egg. You'll welcome the sauerkraut, spatzle or red cabbage on the side. 




 

 

 

 
"Meat-lovers go for the smoked pork chops with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes and the braised beef with red cabbage and spätzle."

— Gayot

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Kids' menu. Live music every weekend. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner Tue–Sun. Closed Mon. 

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