Suffice to say most folks have heard of and dined at Bavarian Bier Cafe, and Moore Park’s venue within the Entertainment Quarter is ideal for feasting on German classics before a show, film or day at the markets. The team here are expert when it comes to all things Bavarian, meaning the selection of dishes and beers is extensive. This Sydney branch comes fully equipped with two huge levels and an al fresco dining space perfect for enjoying your schnitty, wurst and beer in the sunshine, or hosting a group event or work conference. Although, it’s not like you need any excuse for heading to the Bavarian Bier Cafe Entertainment Quarter on Bent Street. It’s wurst time, all the time, so book now!
The food was fantastic, as was the service. Will definitely be back!
Tim from Berlin was our waiter, he was excellent. Food was great.
So, we know there’s loads of room for you and your pals to relax in and we know there’s a whole lotta snags on offer, but what else can you expect from Bavarian Bier Cafe Entertainment Quarter on Bent Street? The answer, friends, is beer – and lots of it. There is a strict adherence to the German purity law (yes it’s a thing) meaning you won’t be finding anything less than authentic here. The range on tap is extensive, as is the selection of craft, wheat and lager options. Let’s just say you’ll be well watered at the Bavarian Bier Cafe Moore Park by the end.
But with all this beer you’ll be needing to soak some of it up. We recommend tucking into a few starters with your first round of brews, like the crispy pork bao buns; haus-made pretzels with butter, sweet mustard and pickled cucumber or the half-kilo of chicken wings smothered in blue cheese sauce. The wurst lovers shouldn’t miss the Bavarian Bier Cafe’s sausage tasting platter, while schnitzel fans will be in for a treat with the selection on offer, the Swiss-schnitzel being of our favs. Whatever takes your fancy, the Bavarian Bier Cafe Entertainment Quarter in Sydney’s Moore Park will have your German cravings more than satisfied.