Bavarian Beerhouse brings an authentic German experience to Old Street, offering freshly tapped German beers alongside hearty Bavarian food. Beers are served in huge stein glasses, and dishes are delivered by charming waiting staff in traditional Bavarian dress (Dirndl and Lederhosen) - this bar is all all sorts of fun.
Serving food throughout the day, Bavarian Beerhouse transforms as night falls, into a buzzing space with live music, DJs and an atmosphere that is hard to beat. Hosting the UK's Number One Oktoberfest Events (officially!), Bavarian Beerhouse are famed for their Oktoberfest celebrations - thousands of beer lovers and even the British Army look forward to live music and a whole range of German libations - ice cool, of course. Football fans can head down to Bavarian Beerhouse to watch the Bundesliga on big screens, whilst hen and stag parties can expect madness in the truckload.
Trusted for its authenticity, its original and unique Beer-Gastro offerings and its entertainment concept, Bavarian Beerhouse is a failsafe choice for a night out. Prost
|Pint of Lager||£5.10|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.50|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£4.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£4.50|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.90|
|Bottle of Champagne||£35.00|
A word from the chef:
Bavarian Beerhouse is UK's most authentic German Restaurant chain. All meat, sausages, pork shanks but as well bread rolls and pretzels are imported from Germany. From schnitzels to bratwurst, it's hearty chow for hearty party patrons.
Notably, the Old Street branch of the Bavarian Beerhouse is populated predominantly by men. Whether this is the pull of beer in litre mugs (known as a Mass in German), or the friendly dirndl clad serving girls, I am not entirely sure. Either way, it...