Friday, June 30, 2017

Paulaner im Spreebogen, Berlin

Last week, I was on a business trip in Germany for a week together with four other Indonesian colleagues. The first day in Berlin, we headed to the famous Paulaner restaurant to indulge ourselves with Bavarian German cuisine. 

The Paulaner menu in Berlin is quite similar to the one in Jakarta but there are more variants.

This salad is a side dish for some dishes.

Knusprige Schweinshaxn frisch aus dem Ofen - EUR 15.50
This crispy pork knuckle fresh from the oven was my order.
 It is served with sauerkraut and bred dumpling.

The meat was so tender and the skin was very crispy. A very satisfying meal.

Schweineschnitzel "Wiener Art" - EUR 17.50
"Vienna-style" pork schnitzel, 
two breaded pork loin cutlets served with French fries and salad.

Gebratene Lachsschnitte - EUR 18.50
Pan fried salmon fillets served with spinach, Bernaise sauce and croquetts.

Schwammerl in Kräuterrahm - EUR 14.50
This is a vegetarian dish.
Forest mushrooms in cream with bread dumpling and a side salad.

Paulaner Hefe- Weißbier Dunkel 0,5l - EUR 4.50
Apfelsaftschorle - EUR 3.50
Current currency:
1 EUR = IDR 15.221

Paulaner im Spreebogen
Alt-Moabit 98
10559 Berlin
Telefon: 030 - 39 88 14 26

Disclaimer: The review and opinion expressed here are purely according to my personal taste. There's a possibility that the taste of the food might change later on, which could affect the review and opinion here. I also affirm that no monetary or non-monetary compensation has been received from this restaurant for writing this review.

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