Located just on the banks of the Indian Ocean at the heart of the urban strip of Western Australia, Perth is a bustling state capital full of things to do. Whether you're planning a trip to see the hundreds of species living at the century-old Perth Zoo or want to swim in the waves of the Indian Ocean down at one of the city's many beaches, this sunny city has something for everyone. The culinary scene in this city is excellent, too, and the hardest part will be choosing where to go. If you want to try something different, why not hit up one of the German restaurants in Perth? Serving delicious dishes ranging from meaty classics like Schweinshaxe (pork knuckle) to more unusual dishes using cheese, noodles and more, the German restaurants in Perth are waiting to take your order and give you a meal to remember.
Outside of Germany, a lot of diners assume that German cuisine is all about stodgy dishes packed with filling ingredients like cream and heavy meats. While it's definitely true that there are some foods like that, Germany's culinary culture is much more diverse than you might think. The German restaurants in Perth serve up way more than just meat-heavy dishes meaning there's plenty here to satisfy vegetarians as well as those looking for lighter bites. Down at Brotzeit 140 on William Street, the cheese spätzle (a gorgeous Emmental and onion dish made with noodles) is to die for while seafood lovers can make the most of the city's seaside location and try pan-seared barramundi. Of course, if you like meat then there's certainly plenty of that on the menu at Brotzeit 140 and the pork knuckle, beef cheeks and sirloin Lendensteak are all must–eats for carnivores.
Germany is known all around the world for its beer. Whether it's the annual Oktoberfest held in Munich or the tankards full of world-class brews served in bars atop mountains across the country, the Germans know their stuff when it comes to beer. The German restaurants in Perth do Deutchland proud, and that means you can get an excellent beer to drink with your meal wherever you go. Brotzeit Joondalup on Joondalup Drive is a prime favourite among German restaurants in Perth to try out a new pint and with lots of beers by bottle or by tap, you'll be spoiled for choice. For something a little bit different, you can even sample a schwarzer – an innovative mixture of wheat beer and cola that sounds unusual but is certainly worth trying.
Perth's German restaurants have earned their reputation as both excellent eateries and as places to enjoy an authentic beer, so it's wise to book a table in advance. Banish any hassle by sorting out your tables via Quandoo and see opening times, location information, reviews from other diners, whatever you need – all it takes is a couple of easy minutes. So whether you're after classic fare from Germany like sausages and veal or just can't wait to get your sauerkraut fix, let Quandoo be your guide as you arrange your next meal at Perth's German restaurants.