German cuisine has provided us many delicious meals but one stands out the most – schnitzel!
Schnitzel, schnitzel, schnitzel. The Bavarian takes schnitzel to a new level, bigger and better than you ever imagined. The schweineschnitzel weighs in at a whooping 300g of juicy pork schnitzel, almost bigger than your head. And if that option seems a tad daunting then dabble in the ultimate Jack Daniel’s platter, serving two in size, this allows you to try a selection of what The Bavarian has to offer, including the mouthwatering southern fried chicken schnitzel.
They also have Schnitty Fest taking place right now, 10 flavours of schnitzel from all across the world, $10 Wednesday specials all the way to June. The Bavarian-inspired dishes perfectly capture the essence of German cuisine, pair that with a 1-litre stein and take a seat on one of the Oktoberfest-inspired tables to enjoy the journey.
Bird On A Wire
Bird On A Wire boasts good vibes and free-range chicken, using simple and sophisticated flavours in every dish. These guys love chicken, it’s written across the walls in bright neon lights. With beautiful wooden accents and exposed brick tiles on the floor, the natural décor lays the perfect stage for the dining experience ahead. Whether you’re stopping in for a quick spot of lunch and grabbing the schnitzel sourdough sandwich or sticking around for dinner, this is a chicken-lovers heaven. Or perhaps go for something larger like the panko crumbed chicken schnitzel to really satisfy that craving!
Where better to go for authentic schnitzel than Der Metz, serving up generous portions of beloved Germain cuisine. Der Metz take schnitzel very seriously, dedicating a whole section of their menu to an array of different schnitzel. With options like Jӓgerschnitzel, Champignonschintizel, paprika and cordon bleu there’s really a flavour and style to suit every tastebud.
Dining at Der Metz is an experience from front door to table, you’re instantly transported as soon as you step inside. The decorations are chaotic yet endearing, with blue checker picnic blankets covering the tables, trinkets and posters on every free space of the walls and beer banners hanging from the ceiling.
The Engine Room
The Engine Room is a sleek and intimate restaurant, with cosy mood lighting, beautiful archways and a simplistic colour palette of pale grey and black – enhancing the beauty of the old post office. Seasonal dishes grace the menu, using ingredients made/grown in house or locally sourced. The Engine Room believes every meal ties itself to a memory and therefore adds a special taste to each dish. If you’re after a luxurious three-course-meal with a delicious pork schnitzel as the main feature then look no further. Perfecting the ratio of a crunchy flavourful crumb and a juicy piece of pork, The Engine Room knock it out of the park.
Fed Deli is a New York deli-style of dinning and it can get kind of messy but that’s okay, spillage is expected. This casual style of dining is great for the whole family to enjoy or the perfect spot to stop for lunch with an endless supply of coffee. The Fed is decked out to replicate the appearance of an American diner with booths and counter seating and waitresses wearing the classic uniforms. If you’re looking for a high-energy atmosphere and hearty food then the Fed is the place for you.
Spoil yourself with the tender milk-fed veal schnitzel – this little number has been on the menu for years now, proving its popularity. To round out your American diner experience end the visit with a root beer float!