For beer, meat, and a jovial beer hall atmosphere, The Bavarian Beerhaus York Street in Sydney CBD ticks all the right boxes. This temple to German cuisine is where locals come to unwind the Bavarian way, which thankfully includes a lot of beer. The selection here is fantastic, with 17 beers on tap to satisfy your every taste bud. In addition to imported beers from Germany, The Bavarian Beerhaus York Street also serves craft beer brewed locally using Australian hops. Thirsty yet? Make your way to The Bavarian Beerhaus York Street and trade in Sydney for South Germany for a moment at The Bavarian Beerhaus – and don’t forget to book!
It’s pretty busy on Friday nights. And very noisey. But we had an awesome time
The cute german chick serving us was really help and great at her job.
Beer lovers have it made in Sydney, thanks especially to The Bavarian Beerhaus York Street. This family of German restaurants has locations around the city that let you live out your Oktoberfest fantasies in an authentic setting. Whether you plan to chow down on some wurst or you just want to drink beer until you can’t stand any longer, The Bavarian Beerhaus on York Street is the place to do it (ok, don’t go too crazy). The long beer hall tables are perfect for big groups or even making some new friends, and the live Bavarian bands makes for a rollicking good time that you won’t soon forget.
After knocking back a couple of The Bavarian Beerhaus’s famous German beers, you’re likely to work up an appetite. Thankfully, this Sydney CBD restaurant has a menu packed with delicious options for appetites big or small. Can’t tell the difference between a Thüringer and a Krainer? Order the sausage tasting platter and get schooled about everything there is to know . If that’s not meaty enough for you, try the restaurant’s crispy pork knuckle with creamy mash, sauerkraut, bier jus and apple compote. Bring your kinder along too – The Bavarian Beerhaus on York Street in Sydney’s CBD has a sophisticated children’s menu they’re going to love.