Boopshi's serves authentic Viennese schnitzels alongside seasonal spritz cocktails. Inspired by recipes recorded in the diary of their grandfather, brothers Ed & Ben Robson have created Boopshi's, a homage to their Austrian heritage combined with their love for a well made spritz cocktail. Schnitzel comes three ways, made from the finest British rose veal, free-range chicken and rare breed pork. Alongside the signature schnitzel, Boopshi's serves a succinct yet eclectic menu, offering specialties including bratwurst sausage, Ox Tongue and spätzle & cheese. Equal attention to detail has been paid to their drinks menu, with Prosecco served on tap besides a bespoke cocktail offering. Using their very own hand made sherbets, the cocktails encompass a variety of seasonal combinations and ingredients. Beyond the spritz cocktails are Boopshi's own inspired libations - twists on traditional cocktails such as the whisky sour, now the Sachertorte sour, and the Boopshi's house martini has swapped the conventional vermouth for Kümmel. An exclusive brew is also be on draught, developed by Ed & Ben alongside their long-time friends at Camden Town Brewery.
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31 Windmill StreetLondonW1T 2JN
I loved the name of this place (at least, I did after realising that my date was *not* in fact saying 'boob-shes' and about to take me somewhere seedy). I guessed it would be some sort of eastern cuisine, but in fact this place is homely Austrian comfort food all the way.
Given that, the place is unexpectedly stark; Scandi-esque long wooden tables and benches, and black-and-white walls in a...more
If only I hadn't gone here during a work lunch on a busy week, as the aperol spritzes looked divine!
Based in Fitzrovia, this is a good spot to go for a relatively quick lunch with friends/colleagues. The takeaway menu here is different from the sit down menu and as I went to sit down I tried the Rose Veal Schnitzel. Having just took a holiday to Salzburg a couple weeks before trying...more
We came here as I selected it for Yelp book group as we had unknowingly selected another book about WWII. And why shouldn't you eat schnitzel and sauerkraut while discussing time travel and the bombing of Dresden?
I realized it didn't have the best reviews, but it was close to my work, so I headed over. Strangely, it's quite sparse inside. It has that Scandinavian/Nordic feel that seems to...more
The food at Boopshi's is much like the restaurant itself. It's nice, it's comforting but it's kind of bare bones.
This is a very new one room well-lit spot down Windmill Street (with a basement area that was dark, so possibly not open or open until later in the evening). The walls are light coloured, the tables are made of wood, it feels more like a dining room than a restaurant.
I've had Schnitzel in Germany and I'm probably going to get a lot of stick for saying this, but it's just an expensive turkey dinosaur or Bernard Matthews burger. And to be honest I prefer those. The meat is less chewy and it reminds me of primary school days :). If you're a schnitzel fan, what do you like about it?
Well, Boopshi's is a place opened by two brothers or friends; can't actually...more