German Restaurants in Malaysia – 22 Restaurants
German themed restaurant with a cozy ambience and relaxed atmosphere. Tasty Food, Variety In Choice and Reasonable Price. Great place for authentic german cuisine, imported beers and get-together for famiies and groups.
CCFoodTravel posted ccfoodtravel.com 497 Reviews
The menu here at STADT is massive, and we only shared one Pork Knuckle because it was the Hefe and Dunkel that we came for really ;) We will definitely be back to try the other items.
Pork knuckles (RM85), Wurstelplatte (RM78), Apple Strudel (RM22), Knoblauchwurst (RM38), Cold Platter (RM82), Sausage platter (RM78), Oven-roasted Crispy Pork Knuckle (RM85), Cheese Spatzel (RM 34), Smoked Bacon (RM44), Ham pizza (RM 32), Bavarian vanilla cream (RM12), Vanilla Cream with pumpkin seed oil and almond flakes (RM 16),
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 327 Reviews
We ended the meal with some rather nice desserts in the form of the Sweet & Savoury Duo as well as the Apfelstrudel (Apple Strudel). The taste is really unique to me, bitter and sweet from the chocolate, with a slight saltiness coming from the crispy bacon.
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsSuperb
I have to say the pork knuckle is good. The skin is crispy, yet the meat is juicy and tender on the inside, not overdone. The pork chop is not bad, either, and it is reasonably priced at about RM 22.90. You might want to give these a try if you haven’t. The lamb boneless meat is tender, but it could be better if it was braised slightly longer. It still tastes a little gamey but I don’t mind at all as I like it.
A Unique Gastronomic Experience. A German European Concept Restaurant and Bar. 1st in Ipoh serving u a good quality imported Beer on Draught & Bottle. German traditional food like German Sausage n Famous German Pork Knuckle.
sheburps posted www.sheburps.com 4 ReviewsExceptional
Nice chill out in Ipoh. Love the ambience and friendly service.
sebrinah.yeo posted sweet-blessingz.blogspot.com 13 ReviewsGood
A German western cuisine shop. We came here for a quick dinner and they had a set meal promotion available. My hubby ordered the Roasted Half Chicken set meal promotion (RM 19.98) comes with a Spezi & Soup of the day. I ordered the Meat Loaf (RM 16.90) ala carte.
While we were aware on the time for the grills, we still felt that we waited longer. The pork ribs were simply divine, I felt the "Oh Yum" factors from the pork ribs; tender meat easily ripped off from the ribs with the tangy subtle sweet sauce sealing in the yummy properties.
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsGood
Our patience almost dried up because the main dishes didn't appear until we had to ask over and over. Finally after 30 minutes (we were aware of the waiting time as stated at the back of menu) I had the plate of pork ribs in front of me. And another 10 minutes for the plate of cutlets. Hungrily we tucked in. I felt the "Oh Yum" factors from the pork ribs; tender meat easily ripped off from the ribs with the tangy subtle sweet sauce sealing in the yummy properties.
Receive booking for small group lunch or dinner also for any events or party.
kelvintan3 posted www.ktheblogger.com 81 Reviews
The prices may appear to the common Malaysian as a once in a blue moon fine dining kind of thing but comparatively to other German restaurants, the prices are reasonable enough.
Highly recommend this restaurant for Western food with some German touch. Besides the environment here is relaxed and cosy, the perfect place to wind down and have dinner after work. Prior reservation is advised.
My boyfriend and I are sausage lover, we went Ingolf purposely from KL to try out their sausage. We couldn't stop praising how delicious is the sausage to our friends and family. :) Although their famous, their food portion is big; unlike some other places which serve at a small portion. Will definitely go back again if we have chance.