In Sydney, the Munich Brauhaus gives you the chance to drink like a real Bavarian. Serving up delicious German food, and lots of great German beer, of course, this place will leave you wanting to don a Dirndl, some Lederhosen or a Tirolerhut. The beer hall vibe at this restaurant is perfect for large groups, especially for those celebrating a special occasion. The location couldn’t get much better either – you’ll find it on Playfair Street in The Rocks, just a stone’s throw from the attractions like the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney Observatory and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Good service and interesting decor and atmosphere. There are heaps of drink options to chose from but not a lot of variety in the food options.
Whenever I get to Sydney, I always try and get to the Munich Brauhaus - The Rocks. Great food, wonderful atmosphere, and fast courteous service. See you next time.
Great service, great food, pleasant atmoshere. Was about our tenth work lunch, a treat.
After a long day at work or university, the Munich Brauhaus is where Sydney’s masses head to imbibe delicious German beers and eat hearty Bavarian cuisine. This restaurant is like a mini Oktoberfest (minus the crowds and exorbitant prices) and that means big beers plus plenty of sausage, pretzels and pork. On Monday evenings, for example, you can take advantage of the All You Can Meat special, and on Tuesdays you can swing by for the Schnitzel Blitz. Both are perfect ways to get to know the restaurant’s best dishes at deeply reduced prices.
Dishing out German food and beer right in the heart of Sydney, Munich Brauhaus provides a one-of-a-kind European experience at its Playfair Street premises. Favourites here include wiener schnitzel served with a dash of lemon, hearty crackling pork belly and the Tasmanian lamb rump served with a side of chips. This restaurant is a meat-lover’s dream come true, so bring your biggest appetite along to this Sydney hotspot. Just don’t forget to book ahead to ensure you nab a table at Munich Brauhaus in The Rocks.