So my friend and I had lunch today at Cafe Sabarsky and found it a little overrated. For one, we got there at 12:25 (the museum opens at 1) and there was already a line. By the time the museum opened, there was a line around the block (for both the museum and the restaurant). The menu is very limited and somewhat expensive, for what it is-- goulash, with a side of quark spaezle, is $25! We shared the goulash, as well as a sausage plate and a really delecious trout crepe. That, along with one beer, came to $75 including tip for lunch. I'd rather spend my money at Wallse (the restaurant whose proprietors opened Cafe Sabarsky), where you seem to get more bang for your buck.