Saturday, January 14, 2012

Weissbräu German Bistro & Bar, Pavilion KL

Another work week has gone by and it's time to indulge on some relaxing makan time with friends at Pavilion KL. (not again i hear? too bad...this is my food blog not yours therefore you have no choice but to read this.. *evil laugh*)

But then again, we have a few good reason why we like to hangout there. 
#1 It's near the office
#2 It's Friday evening and traffic is shite and it will definitely rain on a bloody Friday afternoon and causes massive jam (Rain = don't know how to drive properly)
#3 We have a choice to pretend to be tourist (pronounced as tu-rist) and immerse in art (The United Buddy Bear) currently located at the entrance of...... you got that right Pavilion KL!

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Venue                              : Weissbräu German Bistro & Bar
Reason for eating there : The last time we attempt to eat at Weissbräu, there was no free table. Waiting time for a table was 30 minutes. We ended up at Morganfield's (upstairs).

Weissbräu's paper napkin. Thick yet soft to the touch... my favourite

Bacon (Original) Pizza.. loads of onions skip this if you're not a fan of the allium family. In my humble opinion, I don't really like this not because it's not tasty. But it's not ladylike to eat this pizza because you might have the urge to fart (a lot!) after consumption and the bacon bits will drop all over the place. The boys love it!

Fish Fingers. Yum yum...this is nice and easy to eat.

Fish Fingers' dip. Did not explore the ingredients coz we were famished!

Crispy German Pork Knuckle. Murdered by the chef with his cleaver. No lar! Actually they offer to cut it for us so that we can share this tasty dish.

Last but not least, the long thing that every German restaurants serve. Veal Bratwurst with Rosti. Very pungent and according to Mr Hubs very authentic. It tastes exactly like the ones he had in Germany. I wouldn't know as I've never been there. I suppose once you marry the guy, you have to trust what he says.We love the Rosti and wanted to order more but after 20 minutes the food is registered in our stomach and brain.

Weissbräu German Bistro & Bar,
Lot 3.05.02 & C3.16.00, Level 3,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-2142 0288

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