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Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Wi-Fi
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/bavarianbeergarden
Signature Dishes
Apple Strudel Bavarian Pizza Bavarian Pork Knuckle Bavarian Pork Ribs Bavarian Pork Salad Crispy Pork Crackling with Garlic Mayo
Review (1)
Level3 2013-03-14
140 views
I saw vouchers selling at livingsocial.com, and the food isn't very expensive. So I decided to give it a try. I brought my family members along to eat there. We ordered few sets of food to be shared among us. The Honey Pork Knuckle is very nice, I don't know what have they added on the pork knuckle, but it has the taste of spicy which can actually neutralize the greasiness of the pork fat and the sweetness of honey. It comes along with one sauce, I can't describe what is it, but it is salty in taste. Anyway I prefer to eat it without the sauce. The second dish is the Sausage Platter, inside got Bratwurst, Nuernberger, Thueringer, Emmenthaler and etc. I don't really know which sausage is what name, but it's really very nice. Quite recommended. The third dish is the Whole Pork Ribs. It is sweet and sour in taste which is quite appetizing. I will give 4/5 marks for this dish. The forth dish is Bavarian Platter. The portion of this dish is quite small for the price. It's actually a braised pork loin dish. It comes with some braised potatoes. The taste of this dish is not really nice, the texture of the meat is too hard. But the potatoes is very nice. So contradicting. We also tried the spaghetti. The taste of it is quite nice but the portion is quite small too. Overall, the food there are quite nice, but the service is really poor. The waiter is showing the face like we owe him a lot of money and he never gives any response when we order our food, he doesn't even nod his head, and we need to wait so long for him to take us the menu. This really need improvement. continue reading
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