This German chain, that took over the space that used to be World of Beer, serve slightly higher-end German food. They had a chef from a two Michelin star restaurant in Europe consult on the menu, who’s most outstanding contribution may have been the butter-dry-aged steaks that cure for 30 days before serving. You can inspect them in the fridge behind the bar. To accompany, there’s also a fridge full of mostly European wines, with a few bottles of New Zealand naturals in there too. Lenbach’s big, with seats for nearly 160 at both booths and tables. TV’s showing sport hang on a central pillar and there’s ample terrace seating overlooking leafy Fumin Lu; a nice place to enjoy something from their range of German and global beers. A meal here will probably set you back about 200-300rmb unless you have one of the steaks, which run as high as 880rmb for a hefty 800g ribeye.
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