This place is huge, three floors up plus the old beer cellar below. They also seem to have lots of reservations but still have space for people to drop in spontaneously like us. Inside it was very warm and quite stuffy - in part probably...More
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The place was packed when we arrived, but fortunately we got a table on the third floor. Service was fast despite the number of thr clients and very friendly, too. There is a good choice of German food and wines. We had asparagus and fish;...More
If you're looking for the authentic German restaurant/pub - you'll struggle to find much better. Great beer, excellent food - highly recommended. Best to book in advance however as it does get rather busy, especially towards the weekend.
Despite only being a table of two persons and arriving before 7pm, we could only just be accommodated in a small room on the third floor (dining is also possible in various rooms of the ground floor, first floor and cellar as well as the...More
Service was appropriate and friendly, food tasty and prepared as ordered. What struck me, however, was the bartender. He talked about the variety of their house brews, and helpfully poured me shot -glasses of each (gratis). He displayed his expert knowledge with humor and professionalism....More
I've been there for dinner which was perfect, good food great beer and very kind waiters. The price-performance ratio is absolutely reasonable.
Their own beer was very good, tasty and fresh. The service was good even if they were busy. The food was below par, but it was our own fault partly. One shouldn't order "Surf and Turf" at a German brewery restaurant.
Malzers is a great place for a home-brewed beer and a variety of food choices. The basement has a character that is unique and takes you back centuries in time.
We went here for dinner, but found out it was also a brewery, so we had their great beer. Food was local German food and all of it was very good. The service was exceptional and our server went out of his way to make...More