With its stun­ning Alps and the fa­mous Neuschwanstein Cas­tle, Bavaria sits on the bucket list for most Aussie trav­ellers.

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But while many of us may never get the chance to touch down in this gor­geous part of the world, we will get to taste the mag­nif­i­cent spe­cial­i­ties of the coun­try thanks to The Bavar­ian Toowoomba.

With great fan­fare and an­tic­i­pa­tion, The Bavar­ian chain opened its lat­est restau­rant on Thurs­day, June 14 on Level 2 of Grand Cen­tral Shop­ping Cen­tre.

And the re­sponse has been ex­tra­or­di­nary.

Open ev­ery day from 11am to late, the pop­u­lar chain is prov­ing the per­fect des­ti­na­tion for lo­cal fam­i­lies who are ea­ger to tuck in to the de­li­cious food op­tions avail­able.

And Sun­days are al­ready prov­ing a huge draw card with the ex­cite­ment and en­ter­tain­ment that comes with the restau­rant’s Fam­ily Fun Day.

Not only do chil­dren eat free all day from the Kinder Menu, there’s also a face painter to in­stantly bring a smile and free kids’ ac­tiv­ity packs on of­fer. Stay for the af­ter­noon and you won’t miss a minute of the footy ac­tion that is show­ing on the big screen TVS through­out the restau­rant.

And, as a spe­cial win­ter of­fer, The Bavar­ian Toowoomba will be of­fer­ing Kids Eat Free ev­ery day from 11am to 3pm.

But, it’s not just the young ones who will be ea­gerly lick­ing their lips.

The Bavar­ian-in­spired menu fea­tures all your favourites in­clud­ing pork knuckle, crack­ling pork belly, warm pret­zels, schnitzels and haus-made sausages along­side some new modern dishes that in­clude loaded schnitzels, chicken wings and build your own salad.

In ad­di­tion to the Kids Eat Free pro­mo­tion, The Bavar­ian Toowoomba also has a whole host of fan­tas­tic of­fers and spe­cials right across the week:

Mon­day: All You Can Eat Meat. $39 bot­tom­less plat­ters of meat: wings, pork belly, schnitzel, sausages and more. When you fin­ish, they’ll fill it back up again. Tues­day: $20 Schnitzel Blitz ($20 schnitzel and beer) Wed­nes­day: $20 haus-made sausages and beer Thurs­day: 2 for 1 cock­tails for the ladies And if you’re feel­ing like a real chal­lenge, then see if you’re brave enough to tackle The Sch­nitzelmeis­ter (Toowoomba’s big­gest schnitzel) – it weighs in at a hu­mon­gous 1kg of crispy crumbed veal.

This culi­nary en­counter calls for you to fin­ish the Sch­nitzelmeis­ter in un­der an hour (along­side four sides) and you score your­self a free t-shirt – as well as your schnitty for free.

And, if you’re look­ing for a frosty cold one to wash all that down, you won’t be dis­ap­pointed.

Boast­ing the best line-up of craft and im­ported beer in Toowoomba, pa­trons have the enor­mous choice of 17 brews on tap – all served in au­then­tic Ger­man steins (of course).

In just a short few weeks since open­ing, The Bavar­ian Toowoomba has al­ready es­tab­lished it­self as one of the premier din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences in town.

So, whether you’re catch­ing up with friends or treat­ing the fam­ily to a great night out, why not stop in and see what all the fuss is about.

Book a table or find out more by call­ing 02 9259 5600 or visit the website at www.the­bavar­i­ans.com /venue/the-bavar­ian-toowoomba/.

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