The Bavarian at World Square in Sydney’s CBD features both indoor and outdoor bar and dining areas, meaning you can tuck into some authentic Bavarian cuisine no matter the weather. With a massive beer garden overlooking World Square on George Street, this spot is perfect for some quick eats or a lengthy affair with friends and family. World Square really is a melting pot of cultures in Sydney, so it’s no wonder that a German restaurant is in the thick of it serving up beer, schnitzel and everything else in between. With everything from hot dogs to chicken wings, salads and pork knuckle, you’ll be sure to find something you love at The Bavarian at World Square.
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Tasty food, great quantities. I sampled my companions' food too so I can say the sausage captures the traditional German taste, the Schnitzel was tender, and the fish and chips was ok. Great selection of beers.Informal but lively atmosphere.
The restaurant and food was great. Service not that good. Waitress not bothered to bring water to table even if not busy and had table of 10. It was my birthday lunch n i had to get tray to carry jug n glasses while she looked on.
A taste of Germany and Bavarian culture is exactly what’s on offer at The Bavarian at World Square in the Sydney CBD. Perched along George Street on Level 1 of World Square, Sydney foodies go crazy for the German food and beer on offer at The Bavarian World Square. And it’s no surprise really, when you take a look at their extensive food menu and the positively ginormous beer list. Depending what you’re in the mood for, you can tuck into all manner of delicious dishes. As always, if you’re planning an evening at The Bavarian World Square in Sydney’s CBD we highly advise you bring a gang of pals so you can share lots of dishes and get a real taste of everything on the menu!
Kick things off with some mac and cheese balls with smoked bacon and blue cheese mayo; spicy squid with crispy garlic and chill and a side of lime aioli; a giant pretzel with butter, pickled cucumber and sweet mustard, and a half kilo of chicken wings with blue cheese dipping sauce and some obligatory celery and carrot sticks – so you can fool yourself into thinking that you’re eating healthily. For mains, the crackling pork belly with red cabbage, onion bier jus, mashed potatoes and apple compote is so yummy it has to be tasted to be believed. So, The Bavarian World Square in Sydney is the place to go, so why haven’t you booked a table yet?