About Bavaria Brauhaus
Loved everything about this place, great food, atmosphere and service and would definitely go back.
Food and service were good. But have to say the place was mobbed in a good way. Everyone drinking beer, eating, chatting away and laughing.
Bavarian bar restaurant in Glasgow city centre
Housed in an A-listed building on Bothwell Street, Bavaria Brauhaus is a Bavarian themed restaurant and bier house offering an authentic German experience. An airy space with a mezzanine level and outdoor seating area, it is decorated with a spectacular ceiling mural which echoes the traditional decoration of Munich beer halls. Alongside wines, cocktails and local beers, the Big Six of the Munich brewing scene – Spaten, Hofbrau, Hacker-Pschorr, Augustiner brau, Paulaner and Lowenbrau – are all on draught.
From currywurst sausages to spaetzle noodles in a cheese and herb sauce, the menu at Bavaria Brauhaus is packed with German classics. Light appetites may want to graze from a couple of small plates. The dunkel beer and onion soup would be ideal for a winter’s day while the potted crayfish and hot smoked salmon on rye might be better suited to summer.
As well as a selection of main courses such as the Brauhaus cheeseburger and haddock in a weiss beer batter, there is a section of the menu dedicated to haus specialities. Say ‘jah’ to assorted steaks, chicken schnitzel or red-wine marinated venison served with caraway mash and sweet red cabbage.
Glasgow city centre transport
Bavaria Brauhaus is on the corner of Bothwell Street and Wellington Street, a hop, skip and a jump from Central Station. There is limited on-street parking and car parks at Waterloo and Mitchell Streets. Nearby attractions include Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, King Tut’s and The Pavilion.