In need of a hearty meal, we stumbled upon the Bavarian Grill Haus, and thought we’d be onto a winner. If there’s one culture who knows how to fill a plate with meat, it’s the Germans.
So how was our kraut-filled experience? Let’s find out.
Seeing as we were driving around, I opted for the alcohol-free Erdinger beer. This was a popular choice among tables around us as well.
While it didn’t taste quite as good as normal beer, it was still very drinkable and was a great idea to ensure you could have the full German beer and German meal experience, without the blood alcohol effects.
- Jaeger Schnitzel: Tender Pan-Fried Schnitzel with Mushroom Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut and Garden Salad
- Schweinebraten Pork Belly: with Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut and Garden Salad
The pick of these two was the schnitzel. The mushroom sauce was really tasty and the schnitzel meat itself was nice and soft.
The pork belly ended up being a bit dry, which I surprising considering the layer of fat on top. The crackling was nice but could have been blasted with heat for a bit longer to get more crispiness out of it.
We then did what we should have done in the first place and opted for a stroll around the grounds and across the road instead.
How's the serenity?