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Looking for a light, nutritious meal? Look again. This is food you want to eat before you start a one-month fast. Huge helpings of hearty, tasty German fare, like jaegerschnitzel, rindsroulade, and bratwurst. And wash it all down with strong German brews on tap. If you still have any lebensraum, check out the palatschinken (lingonberry-filled crepes) for dessert.
It's October, which means Oktoberfest, which means we all have a semi-legit excuse for drinking copious amounts of beer and dancing the polka (sorry, there are no excuses for wearing dirndls or lederh... More »
October stands for a lot of things. Crisp apples. Peak foliage. Carved pumpkins. But most important to serious celebrants of food and drink, October signals Oktoberfest, that little-understood but much loved German holiday. In... More »
I have been frequenting this German Restaurant for a good 8 years now. I was shocked to see one review with a 2/5 star. Apparently this reviewer is an interior decorator and bases his review of a restaurant only on the decor. I see no mention of the food, how is that a review?
I'm no stranger to German food, I lived in Munich for a few years as a child. I also spent an additional year in Austria and almost 2 years in Germany as a teenager. I have been eating German food before I can remember. If you love German food, this is hands down the best restaurant in Arizona!
The restaurant is setup like an indoor beer garden and isn't much to look at. It's quite old as well, however it is clean. I go for the food, not the decor and that is what they excel at. This might shock you as well, the cook is in fact a native German! The other German restaurants in this valley cannot claim that.
The service is just like in Germany. Nothing is overly rushed and everything is cooked to order and comes out hot and delicious. The staff aren't overly friendly or rushed, this really reminds me of Germany. The beer is delicious, the beer menu large and they are served in Huge Octoberfest sizes.
There is in fact another German restaurant next door. It may be a little cheaper in prices, but it is more like a fast food version of Americanized mid-western polka party variety German Cusine. If you want real German food, Bavarian Point is simply the best.
My absolute favorite is the Jäger schnitzel. It is a cut of pork covered in a creamy sauce with mushrooms, bacon, onions and German herbs. The portions are huge and the food is hearty. You will probably walk out bursting at the seems. They offer the tagesuppe (soup of the day) or a salad buffet. The soups change often and there are some truly wonderful soups. The navy been, cauliflower or the leberknoedel taste so authentic, they'll bring back memories of food you only can have in Germany!
There are always many specials. The specials aren't a way for the cook to get rid of extra meat, they are special dishes that are worth trying. Some of the examples are Rabbit in Wine sauce, Lamb chops (cooked perfectly I might add!), Ham Shanks, fish and even Buffalo! The chef is a master cook and his sauces are exceptional. I really have never had a bad experience!
The wurstepfanne is amazing! Finally some real German sytle brats and not some type of Johnsonville American style brat! All an all there isn't anything on the menu I haven't tried once. Everything is amazing here and is always served to perfection. If you are in the mood for some authentic German food, this is the place!
The food here was decent, nothing to rave about. The atmosphere was a little strange. I know it is east Mesa, but the place looked like it was designed in the 80s and didn't have any improvements since. About half way through our meal someone had to be forcefully removed from the bar area.
If you're a meat-and-potatoes kind of person, Bavarian Point serves the ultimate comfort food, our favorite for German fare. The Wurst Pfanne is made for indecisive sausage lovers, with sizzling hot Polish sausage, bratwurst, and knackwurst all on one plate, and the rindsroulade offers an unusual take on steak, with vegetables rolled up in thinly pounded sirloin. Other specialties include Hühnerbrust Calbados (chicken with cream sauce and spaetzle), veal Wiener schnitzel, and several... More »
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