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. They've got the dark wood tables and chairs but they haven't tried to make it look like it's a ski lodge or anything. The beer selection's decent and pretty cheap, while the food's homey, German and down-to-earth. Although there's a lunch menu with a burger and a fajita, the always-available "real" menu is dominated by hearty fare like schntizel, roast pork and curry wurst, along with a couple sharing platters and some bites & snacks available for all-day binges. Solid spot for the Teutonophiles in Shanghai.