Lunch at Weissbrau German Bistro & Bar, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Lunch at Weissbrau German Bistro & Bar, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

To my surprise, not all German food is heavy and made for big eaters.  Weissbrau German Bistro & Bar has some great lunch offerings and lighter meals for dinner too.  A variety of soups, sandwiches and pizzas make for a quick bite before you head off for a day of shopping at Pavilion.  My personal favourite is the green pea soup with chilli sausage served with German laugenbrezel – a soft pretzely type of bread.  The chef is from Switzerland so you see an influence of both German and French cuisine on the menu.  The thin-crusted pizzas – flammkuchen – are another enjoyable lighter plate – both the mushroom and salmon pizzas are delish.  The burgers are super tasty too.  A big juicy pork paddy topped with crunchy bacon and onion rings served with crispy chips is hubby’s recommendation.  Be sure to save room for dessert – the chocolate mousse is hand-whisked to perfection – smooth and creamy and portions large enough to share (if you want to…).  If you’re up for the heavier dishes be sure to finish off your meal with the German digestive Jagermeister – a potent herbal liqueur that surely has potential to grow hair on your chest 🙂
Wiessbrau German Bistro & Bar
Lot 3.05.02 & C3.16.00, Level 3
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+60 3 2142 0288
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9 Comments

  1. Looking forward to returning to KL to try out this place. Thanks for the tips!

  2. Anonymous

    Dessert looks good…

  3. Anonymous

    Never thought of this as a lunch place. Always thought it was more for drinks. I'll have to try the food menu, not just the drink menu next time.

  4. time to taste something different.. hehe

  5. Anonymous

    I've walked past that place many times but never thought of it as a food place. Looks like a bar.

  6. Anonymous

    I ate there last week after reading your post. Also like the green pea soup. Thanks for the recommendation.

  7. Anonymous

    The rosti looks huge.

  8. Anonymous

    Is it open for breakfast? What do they serve? Any healthy options? What about coffee?

  9. offers english breakfast with choice of honey ham, frankfurter or bacon.

    they are serving Bristot coffee (pure arabica too!)

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