Natha really outdid herself in finding unusual cuisine. Naschmarkt bills itself as new Austrian cuisine. Their menu, as it turns out, isn't an oddity or ironic twist. It's just Austrian foods making use of great ingredients and great preparation.
p> I decided on the veal as soon as I heard about it. The meat was very tender. The sauce was rich and complex. The spaetzle had just the right amount of firmness. Natha and Ray pronounced their dishes equally excellent.
p> For dessert, Natha recommended the soufflé, served with raspberries and frozen yogurt. They arrived piping hot out of the oven. The interior was perfectly tender and rich. The frozen yogurt was just right---creamy and cold but not rich.