Brotzeit Ger­man Bier Bar & Restau­rant

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - DRINKING -

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2017

Brotzeit Ger­man Bier Bar & Restau­rant is a lead­ing con­tem­po­rary Ger­man restau­rant with two pop­u­lar out­lets lo­cated in KL and PJ. The food here is in­flu­enced by the cui­sine of Bavaria with spe­cialty dishes like Crispy Pork Knuckle, Bavar­ian Pork Ribs, Schnitzel, typ­i­cal Ger­man cheeses and cold cuts and a va­ri­ety of their renowned sausages. Their im­pres­sive plat­ters are per­fect for shar­ing and com­bine all the best the menu has to of­fer.

The beer se­lec­tion is great at Brotzeit with a wide se­lec­tion of Ger­man beers both bot­tled and on tap. As one of the top beer drink­ing and pro­duc­ing coun­tries in the world, it’s safe to say that din­ers come to Brotzeit to sam­ple the best the Ger­many has to of­fer. There are four pop­u­lar Paulaner beers on tap – Mu­nich lager, Mu­nich dark lager, wheat beer (Weiss­bier) and dark wheat beer.

There are two fa­mous an­nual cel­e­bra­tions, Maifest which cel­e­brates the be­gin­ning of spring; and Ok­to­ber­fest, the world’s largest folk fes­ti­val where beer flows freely and there’s a lot of fun to be had. Head to Brotzeit at these times and en­joy tra­di­tional dishes like white as­para­gus, a once-a-year of­fer­ing, dur­ing the Maifest; and ex­pe­ri­ence the cus­tom­ary bar­rel tap­ping sig­ni­fy­ing the be­gin­ning of Ok­to­ber­fest. The Christ­mas sea­son also sees a va­ri­ety of Ger­man dishes like roast duck and Stollen (Ger­man fruit cake), and their famed Gluh­wein (spiced, mulled wine), which makes for a wel­come change from the usual Christ­mas fare. Look out for spe­cial pro­mo­tions and menu of­fer­ings through­out the rest of the year.

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