Add: 19-20 Xintiandi North Block, 181 Taicang Rd
Time:Mon-Fri, 11am-2am; Sat-Sun, 10am-2am
Credit Cards Accepted
English Service Available
Created in 1997, Paulaner Bräuhaus is one of the city’s oldest German restaurants. It’s known for its authentic food from Bavaria, the rustic southern province where the original Oktoberfest is held each year. The first outlet on Fenyang Road (closed) was so successful that the brand opened three more outlets in Xintiandi, Binjiang Park in the Pudong New Area and near the World Expo 2010 Shanghai site.
Paulaner beers are brewed on-site under the German Law of Purity from 1516 — one of the oldest food preparation rules in the world. Along with beer, Paulaner serves delicious Bavarian, German and some international dishes. A Filipino band makes sure that guests are entertained every night.
Specialities include sauerkraut, a variety of German sausages, liver pate, brezels and dumplings. For those with a sweet tooth, deserts are also available, including warm apple strudel, borrowed from Germany’s neighbor Austria. Oktoberfest favorites and traditional holiday menus are available.