|Cuisine Type |||Eastern European, German|
|Ambiance |||Patio Dining, Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Great Wine List|
|Payment |||MasterCard, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Burnaby/New Westminster|
|Cross Street |||3rd Ave|
|Mon-Sun 4:30- 9PM|
Profile Last Updated: February 13, 2009
The lower mainland has been transformed into an exotic European hotspot thanks to the delectable Old Bavaria Haus Restaurant. This family hotspot, nestled in a century old home, serves up first class European cuisine that is second to none! Sink you teeth into hearty meat dishes brimming with exotic flavours.
Ga Ga for Goulash
You haven’t experienced authentic German cuisine until you have dined here! On the appetizer menu, discover pickled herring in a smooth sour cream dressing, along with fresh baby shrimp smothered with a light cocktail sauce. On cold winter nights curl up with a bowl of goulash soup loaded with spicy meat, or how about the baked onion soup smothered with three different cheeses? Baby prawns become flavourful sautéed with Provencal herbs, tomatoes and pernod. Baked German cheese served with fruit and tart cranberry sauce tastes divine over a bottle of wine.
A Meating Point
Foodies from all over flock to Bavaria for their mouthwatering schnitzels topped with sautéed mushrooms, béarnaise sauce, and asparagus. A must try according to regulars is the schnitzel loaded with shrimp, crab meat, and scallops in a Riesling sauce. Come with a large appetite because this joint’s dishes are not on the small side! All meals are served with pan-fried potatoes, veggies, Bavarian red cabbage and garlic toast. Also on the menu discover a handful of delicately prepared meat dishes such as Bavarian pepper steak and chicken stuffed with shrimp, cheese and spinach. Red snapper topped with sun dried tomatoes, and filet of sole drizzled with white wine sauce completes a fantastic bill of fare.
Tip: Open Dec. 24th, Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day