We are open from 5:30 - 11pm.
Full regular dinner menu is available.
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Happy Mother's Day!
Treat Mom to a Viennese Michelin-Starred Meal!
3-course prix-fixe $85
Sunday, May 13, 2018
See availability for bonus point tables
Mon - Thu 5:30PM - 6:00PM 9:15PM - 10:00PM
Fabulous service, fantastic food, an overall great experience
The individual courses were extremely tasty, I would go back. The veal schnitzel was somewhat tough. The waiter made a significant error on the bill which was corrected.
We went to Wallse for a birthday celebration. It was a beautiful, warm evening and the doors were open to let the breeze in. We loved the vibe and ambiance as well as the food and the service. Artichoke and asparagus are in season now and Wallse had these items on the menu. I ordered the artichoke and my husband ordered the asparagus. Both dishes were delicious. All four of us ordered the wiener schnitzel which was also amazing. We will be returning!
My wife and I went for the first time. We loved everything about the place, primarily the food. Wonderful.
I have been eating at Wallse for 17 years. It is still cool and hip with outstanding cuisine I live in the neighborhood, but often bring friends who do not and they always are wowed by it.
Excellent food, quiet for a Friday night. All price fixed options no other choices. Would definitely go back.
I was very impressed with my visit to Wallse. It is an intimate spot,with two dining areas.The staff was very welcoming.We each had a four course meal along with a glass of wine. The presentation,preparation, and taste of all of the courses was exceptional.We enjoyed cured salmon,onion soup,spatzle with rabbit,branzino,veal wiener schnitzel,sacher torte, and chocolate egg. The service was outstanding. The meal was a real treat for the palate!
As usual, absolutely amazing dining experience! The wine list comprises a superb collection of Austrian wines et alias, that allow for a perfectly paired gastronomic experience. Highly recommend.
Excellent Easter dinner as usual.
Everything about this restaurant is wonderful! Will definitely be returning.
We long considered Wallse our favorite place in NYC for several years - a quiet and classy place in a quiet out of the way location - but prices and service time has gone way up while portions have gone down. We were shocked at the changes and no longer feel it’s worth it. we spent over $200 for two and dinner took almost 2 hours on a weeknight.previously it was like $130 and 1:15. Also the halibut main dish was extremely bland and we did not finish it. The $20 soup was very watery and not savory. The $20 dessert was three cherries and some a tablespoon of sweet ice cream essentially.
Refined and subtle dishes with great use of light creamy sauces. Cozy atmosphere and attentive, friendly service.
Es war ein herrlicher Abend mit wahnsinnig gutem Essen und herrlichem Wein! Die Spätzle sind der Knaller und die New Yorker Interpretation von österreichischer Küche ist höchst genießbar.
I went there with my husband last week. We were blown away how amazing the food was! What a talent and imagination chef Kurt Gutenbrunner has ! We love fine dining in NYC , Vallse by far can be named one of the best restaurants in the city!
EXCELLENT FOOD by Michelin Star Chef Kurt. Wonderful combinations, satisfying portions.
As great as ever. New early spring menu wonderful. Also very much like the new prix fix format. Wallse remains consistently one of the best restaurants in nyc .
Wallse was everything we had hoped it would be. From the moment we entered until we walked out the door, we couldn't have been more pleased. It was a long and lovely evening.
My wife and I had not been to an Austrian restaurant before so we went to Wallse with another couple on a recent Saturday night. We enjoyed everything about it. The food was a good mix of some traditional items such as wiener schnitzel and other items that had a modern spin. Other nice dishes were the pea soup, white asparagus with smoked brook trout, and a short rib entree. The wine list was excellent. Many Austrian Gruner Veltliners and Rieslings as well as a large number of reds such as Blaufränkisch and Pinot Noir. We had a great sacher torte for dessert and the four of us shared a half bottle of a sweet Gruner Veltiner.
The service was excellent - attentive but not overly so. They had very good timing on serving the plates and clearing the table, i.e. all four setting were done at the same time. That is something increasingly rare in New York.
The restaurant recently moved away from a la carte. They have the menu divided into four sections (cold appetizers, hot appetizers, entrees and dessert) and there are various combinations of 2, 3, or 4 items.
We love this understated gem of a West Village Austrian restaurant. Everyone had the asparagus ragout. The artichokes arrived in a deep green broth, very fragrant. The lobster and spaetzle was well balanced and the veal wiener schnitzel was thin, perfectly fried, moist and tender. We had the entire meal with a delicious sparkling gruener veltliner selected for us by the sommelier. Service was unhurried and we stayed until closing, enjoying the meal's afterglow and conversation.
Everything was great. Austrian cuisine was fab and so many affordable native wines by the bottle.
Food was amazing. Went with family- this was the first time we’ve seen each other since a family trip to Austria. This brought us right back! Albeit with a slightly New York take on traditional Austrian cuisine.
Our server was new and seemed nervous but he did a fantastic job! Tell him to keep up the good work.
The lobster with spaetzle is the stuff dreams are made of. And the desserts were just as tasty as their European counterparts
Hadn't been here in years because we live up the Hudson now, but it seemed like the perfect place to go after visiting the Whitney. Spectacular meal. My mother was Viennese so I have some background and standards to apply in making the judgment that the food is simply out of this world. Wonderful oysters, though for a five dollar supplement maybe there should have been 4 or 5 of these small precious jewels; but they were perfect. Chestnut soup was exquisite, and the lobster poached in butter the best I've had anywhere. Dessert --the Salzburg nockerl, a large fluff of meringue and pastry cream easily big enough for three (it looks like the Pitons plus one)--would have had Mom cheering and saying "go ahead, it's all air." The wine list has reasonable Austrian, Alsatian and German choices, plus some off the charts if you're so inclined. A delightful, gemutlichkeit evening.
Always a treat! Four people selected different meals and each one was just fantastic. We love and appreciate an excellent meal; however, a bit exhausted so just want to get a review because this place remains special for its consistency and attention to detail for the last decade+ we've been visiting.
Very good service but for a michelin star restaurant, would expect the food to be more on the extraordinary side, rather than just good.
We love all the KG venues (Sabarsky, Blaue Ganz). The Schnabel artwork here a plus, but we loved it as well with previous paintings. The food is authentically Viennese and scrumptious.
Have been happily dining here, usually on a weeknight, since the restaurant opened. After a year hiatus, I returned with two guests for an early Saturday dinner. Sadly I felt Wallse had lost its luster. Our female server was the best part of the evening. She knew the menu, was able to describe the off-beat dishes, never rushed us. The drink and food were a different story. Cocktails were just plain weird--color- and taste-wise. And while our appetizers and entrees were quickly served and beautifully prepared, servings were skimpy and flavor not that interesting. We skipped dessert. I had so looked forward to treating my guests to a very special dinner. I can't say for sure that I'll be back.
We have been meaning to eat here for years and finally dined at Wallse recently. What we were waiting for! The food was wonderful, specifically the entrees Crispy Mediterranean Sea Bass and the Butter Cooked Maine Lobster, the ambience was warm and the waitstaff was genuinely interested in our dining experience. BTW, don't pass on the Salzburger Nockerl for dessert, you will not be disappointed. The artwork was very cool to look at and the music was great which added to the positive vibe. We will back here soon.
Mohammed made our experience at Wallse perfect. We love the food, the ambience, everything!
I remember Wallse from the time it opened. It was so perfect! This was not the original that I know, though. First off, we were sat late, and with no apology and no recognition for their error. While I am not one who desires special treatment, the money you spend at this restaurant should translate into how they treat you before you even sit down. Second, this was a birthday event, and even though I specifically noted that detail in my reservation and when I confirmed, they still did nothing to make this event even semi-special for us. That, again, is not the Wallse I know. I am a teacher and do not make enough to eat out like this often. It is pretty clear to me that a restaurant such as this only caters to those that see it as nothing special. That is supremely annoying to me. And lastly, they seriously need to higher a bartender that possesses the requisite skills to make a simple martini.
We recently dined at Wallsé and had pleasant evening. The room is lovely and service top notch. The sommelier in particular was extremely personable, knowledgable and helpful with a terrific Austrian wine list. We talked about wonderful Gemischter Satz, the quirky delicious mix Austrian whites. He helped us chose a lovely reisling from Austria. Our food for the most part was delicious except that the Wiener Schintzel was not crispy nor as tasty as we would have expected. The sides of pickles and potatoes were fantastic as was our started salads. Overall the experience was great but schintzel needs some work.
Phenomenal experience. The food was great and inventive, the wine list extraordinary (focused on interesting Austrian wines!), and the service was some of the best we've experienced in the city.
Perfect evening. Food, service, ambience and my date were all beautiful. The restaurant isn't really responsible for the last one but it did everything else perfectly.
We had reservations and were seated right away. I love that the ambience was nice and quiet. You can actually have a conversation! So unusual these days. The food was plated beautifully. The food was unusual in that there are not many Austrian restaurants. One small fault I found is that the waiter may want to pass out the entree menus before asking us which wine we would like.
My husband and I are both foodies and we indulge quality meals. The food was outstanding, prepared to perfection and beautifully presented. Portion sizes were perfect for us (not too large, not too small - just right- so we could enjoy several courses). The staff did not rush us, even though we lingered a bit (we met up with old friends and had a lot to catch upon). Service was very good, but not overly intrusive. Wallse exceeded our expectations and we plan to go back.
Wonderful meal. Everything well prepared. House Pate wonderful. Weiner schnitzel not to be missed. Austrian desserts and cheese excellent
One of our favorite restaurants, never disappoints. Excellent service, thanks Branden.
Food was delicious. Service was excellent. A wonderful experience for us.
Dinner was delicious as always especially the artichoke appetizer which was new and very nice. And I always have the Viener schnitzel because it is the best in New York. Plus the location in the West Village is wonderfully convenient and it’s always good to see Kurt.