Paulaner is the most successful German restaurant chain in Shanghai and boasts several grandiose outlets on both sides of the Huangpu. All your standard German dishes are available herein. Read more
Paulaner is the most successful German restaurant chain in Shanghai and boasts multiple grandiose outlets on both sides of the Huangpu, including one in Xintiandi (although that one's mainly for tourists). All your standard German dishes are available herein. Read more
This German bierstube remains a popular eatery on Hong Mei Entertainment Street. With Hofbrau and Weihenstephaner available of draught, fans of German beer will be able to wet their whiskers, and they also have a varied German menu featuring all your favorite... Read more
Located in Expo Village, Paulaner BrÃ¤uhaus's Expo location is the brew pub and restaurant chain's fourth and largest location in Shanghai. The first two floors of a renovated former distillery are home to their microbrewery and Bavarian restaurant. Read more
This Bavarian brewhouse honors seven centuries of German beer culture with fresh Bavarian style beers brewed on the premises, authentic German cuisine, whimsical decor, and live music six nights a week. Read more
Set in what was, supposedly, once a girl's school (before it was rebuilt for the development of the Raffles City that surrounds it), this two-story, 600ish-person capacity beerhall does what you expect of Paulaner; hearty German food, Paulaner beer, and a bevvy of... Read more
Family-friendly German restaurant chain aiming for a "gaststätte / guesthouse" atmosphere, with the wooden benches, sausage platters and the large mugs of imported German beer. They do weekly lives shows and show football according to the Bundesliga calendar. Read more
A slightly more modern-looking version of the older Haxnbauers, it's still a family-friendly German chain offering up standard fare like Flammkuchen, Nurnberger sausages and, naturally, imported German beer by the meter. Read more
The result of a couple of German dudes and a roughly 5-day window to convert Bubbly Nation into a genuine Bavarian pub, they serve beer. They serve German food. They've got shelves of beer steins. They don't have lederhosen or Alpine hats hanging on the walls.... Read more
The newest physical outpost for German craft brewery Zapfler, it's a small-ish beer joint. Zapfler beer goes for 50rmb a pop (or 45rmb if you pay by WeChat), and they have some exceedingly beery beer food; curry wurst (28rmb), schnitzel (38rmb), goulash 128rmb, comes... Read more
The 6th Porsche Experience Centre worldwide and the 1st in Asia, they've got facilities for driving experience, test tracks that can replicate driving on ice all year round, and off-track facilities including a restaurant, cafe, driving simulators, merchandise shop,... Read more
A dedicated pretzel shop from the Germany-style bakery founded in 2006. They offer a selection of sweet and savory pretzels, covered in salt and butter (obvs) but also chocolate or cheese. Read more
Paulaner is the most successful German restaurant chain in Shanghai and boasts several grandiose outlets on both sides of the Huangpu, including one in Xintiandi (although that one's mainly for tourists). All your standard German dishes are available herein. Read more
Cakes, muffins, scones and myriad other baked goods are the big draw at Vienna cafe on tranquil Shaoxing Lu. Thursday night movie screenings are a bonus - the cafe shows everything from European Indie Films to American Oscar nominees. Read more
The Pudong outlet of Munich's original Hofbräuhaus is a brisk three-minute walk from the Science Museum metro stop and serves up your favorite German dishes in a traditional German ale house atmosphere. Home brewed wheat beer and quality schnitzel with riverside... Read more
German decor, waitresses in full brewhouse regalia and lots of home-brewed beer make for a drunken afternoon in Castle Oktober's outdoor garden. Sausages are the highlight of this menu, served in bullishly large portions. Read more
German food by way of Singapore? Surely, stranger things have happened. This Singaporean-owned chain features a menu of hearty German staples like sauerkraut, pork knuckle, loads of different Gernman sausages. They boast imported Paulaner beer on draft. Read more
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