Tuck into two hours of pretzels, schnitzel, käsespätzle and apple strudel.
Getting into the bottomless brunch game, Munich Brauhaus is embracing all-you-can-eat mid-morning meals in the appropriate fashion: German-style. That means pretzels, schnitzel, sauerkraut and apple strudel — and as much as you can handle for two hours — at the Bavarian-themed beer hall's new Das Brunch.
Also on the menu at the monthly event: meat and cheese platters, plenty of bread with a traditional cheese spread called obazda, roast pork belly with onion and sage stuffing, hash browns, sausages, bacon, plus Munich-style slaw and potato salad from the salad bar. Leave room for käsespätzle, which is a creamy mac 'n' cheese-style dish that's rightfully considered a favourite back in its homeland.
Dessert-wise, gingerbread men, black forest cake and blueberry cheesecake are also on offer, with the unlimited food spread costing $65 per person. Or, because brunch and booze go hand in hand, pair it with sparkling, rosé, house beer, wine and spirits for $99.
Das Brunch runs monthly, kicking off from 11am on Sunday, March 22. Each smorgasbord will also be themed, with the first one taking inspiration from autumn — complete with flower crowns and floral displays.