Cuisine: European (German)
English menu? Yes
Kids’ menu? Yes
General kid-friendliness of menu: Perfectly trilingual (English, German, Chinese),
but a lack of pictures and direct descriptions may stump some children who have yet to
Staff: An attentive staff that includes a handful of fluent English speakers.
Bathroom: Very clean but small, with a sit down toilet.
Best dishes for kids: Schnipo schnitzel breaded escalope with fries, spatzle mit egg
noodles with mushrooms, apple strudel with vanilla ice cream.
Kids play area: None, but Chaoyang Park is a 15-minute walk away.
Seating: Outdoor patio seating in the summer and plenty of high chairs for young children.
Price: RMB 350
Accepts credit cards? Yes
Price: RMB 400
Must-order item: Fresh-baked pork knuckle (every Thursday from 5pm) and Hunters schnitzel with creamy mushroom sauce and swabian noodles.
In a nutshell: It is one of the most authentic German establishments in town. Quite pricey, but brimming with a variety of cold cuts and mixed sausage platters. A downstairs bakery compliments the log cabin walls and European decor, leaving the South German Bakery ringing true through and through. Breakfast (served until 3pm) may be the best way for newcomers to ease into becoming familiar with such an overwhelming hearty menu.
Daily 8am-11pm. Bakery: Daily 7am-10.30pm. 27 Lucky Street, 1 Chaoyang Gongyuan Lu, Chaoyang District (5867 0201, email@example.com)