Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Three Must Try Dishes at Brotzeit

Whether it's lunch, dinner or an afternoon snack with a few glasses of Paulaner's authentic brews, there are certain dishes at Brotzeit that have to be on your list. Pork and lamb and few glasses of Paulaner, you just got to to have these in your next visit...


And here's my hit list for Brotzeit...


Lamm Haxe or Lamb Shank (P 980), slow roasted lamb shank with braised red cabbage and napkin dumpings. Fall-off-the-bone and fork tender, Brotzeit's lamb shank delivers rich flavors with a blend of spices.


Seasoned with a variety of spices, the tender lamb's distinct flavor is tempered by the sharp notes of the braised red cabbage for contrasting flavors. Great with a glass of Paulaner Lager.


Ripperl, or Honey Roasted Bavarian Pork Ribs (P 1,050), tender beer infused Bavarian pork ribs with potato wedges and sauerkraut. Slow roasted for hours, the ribs are tender and juicy with a light and crisp outer layer for contrasting textures.


And the honey and beer infused marinade adds a layer of sweetness to the delicate flavor of the juicy pork. Grab a piece, and grab another glass of Paulaner for some serious eats...


Schweinshaxn, or Pork Knuckles (P 1,280), crispy hind shank of grain fed pork served with potato salad, sauerkraut, and homemade sauce on the side. Lightly spiced and seasoned, the oven baked pork knuckle combines tender and juicy pork with a layer of crisp crackling, allowing you to taste more of the pork than the seasonings. Oven-baked, it's not as greasy as the usual pork knuckles, but equally rich with flavor. Pair this with a light and clean Paulaner Original Lager, or a full-bodied Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier.


Cap your Bavarian feast with Brotzeit's Dessert Platter, a medley of indulgent treats including Apple Strudel, Warm Chocolate Cake and layered Crepes with one filled with Nutella and the other with creamy vanilla.


Complete your Bavarian experience with Brotzeit's authentic brews. Start with the Paulaner Original Munchner Lager, fresh and clean flavors with a clear golden color, and the best selling Munich lager in the world.


Then, sample the Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier, full-bodied, top fermented, unfiltered, and brewed with wheat malt with a naturally cloudy bright amber color. Bavarian wheat beer has a caramel like sweetness with bolder and flavorful notes, and perfect with the lamb and pork dishes at Brotzeit. Another glass? Absolutely. Pork, lamb, and beer, just can't get any better than that.

Then, you have a variety of sausages in case you want one more glass of Paulaner for the road. Try any of these dishes on your next visit, and you'll be planning a second visit soon...

Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant is located at 112 Streetscape, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Shaw Boulevard corner Edsa, Mandaluyong City or call 631-1489 for inquiries and reservations.

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2 comments:

  1. The Honey Bavarian Pork Ribs look delicious! :)

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    1. Ribs, pork, lamb and a cold brew...perfect!

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