Sydney has a strong German culture, and you will be impressed by the German cuisines that are available in restaurants throughout the city. One of the huge attractions of German food in Sydney is the selection of imported beers that accompany the menu. Australians love beer and it is part of their own culture, so getting out and trying new styles and flavours is naturally exciting for the locals. If you are travelling yourself, and miss some of your home favourites, stop in at one of the many German-style restaurants and pubs around, and order yourself a pint.
Bavarian Bier Cafes have popped up all over Sydney and serve large meals and large beers. The atmosphere is lively, however refined, and is suited to large groups and social gatherings who want a good time, a great feed, and have money to spend. While the beers and meals aren’t overly expensive themselves, the style of the Bavarian Bier Cafes is best suited to groups who are wanting to indulge in a good time.
One of the more popular locations for the Bavarian Bier Cafes is 108 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach. Visit the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park for another option, and also Manly Wharf, Chatswood, and several locations within the central business district of Sydney.
For other German restaurants in Sydney, consider having a meal or coffee at Das Kaffeehaus
5b Market Lane, in Manly. Lowenbrau Keller is a German Restaurant filled with large meals, German beers, and a traditional German-style atmosphere. It is located within The Rocks district, at 12-18 Argyle St, on the corner of Playfair Street.
Bavarian Bier Cafe
24 York Street, Sydney (02 8297 4111)
Lots of beer and traditional German entertainment at the weekends and typical German dishes. Cnr Argyle and Playfair Streets,. The Rocks, Sydney (02 9247 7785)