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4 Restaurants in Hong Kong: German

Discover the German restaurants of Hong Kong

The cuisine of Germany has been enjoying a surge in popularity in recent years. With a host of roasted meat and fish dishes, with sides of noodles, dumplings and potatoes, not to mention the long tradition of sausage making, the country has plenty to offer the world's culinary oeuvre. You can discover for yourself the tasty delights of this cuisine at German restaurants in Hong Kong. Try a delicious spätzle, sample a homemade bratwurst or dig into a sweet apple strudel. You can satisfy your taste for the Teutonic by checking out the list of Hong Kong's German restaurants on Quandoo.

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King Ludwig Beerhall

Tsim Sha Tsui
King Ludwig Beerhall

Prost by King Ludwig

Tsim Sha Tsui
Prost by King Ludwig

Schnee German Restaurant - Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay
Schnee German Restaurant - Causeway Bay
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Berliner - Discovery Bay

Discovery Bay
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    The best of Hong Kong's German restaurants in one place

    For those of you who are unfamiliar with the cuisine, but want to try, you could find yourself spoiled for choice when it comes to Hong Kong’s German restaurants. That's where Quandoo comes in. Once you've found the best place for you, the only problem you'll have is choosing what to eat. For the vegetarians among you, most eateries now serve up mouth-watering veggie twists on traditional Deutsch classics. So, you can tuck into a tasty tofu bockwurst instead.
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    Oktoberfest comes to town in Hong Kong’s German restaurants

    Oktoberfest is a world-famous, bier-fuelled, bawdy Bavarian festival of food and beer. Here in Hong Kong, there are German restaurants and bars that import some of the country's finest beers. And with the beer, comes the party. If you're looking for a great night out in the city, with friends, or work colleagues, a beerhall would be a great place to go. You can all eat your fill and raise your spirits with a range of world-famous beers.
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    Enjoy mouth-watering cuisine in Hong Kong’s German restaurants

    If you prefer a more laid back atmosphere, then fear not. There are plenty of German restaurants in Hong Kong which don't adhere to the Oktoberfest spirit. The chefs here prefer to concentrate on cooking up delicious dishes using locally-sourced ingredients. Here you could enjoy a Königsberger Klopse, with a Kartoffelsalat on the side, washed down with a fruity bottle of Riesling wine. And for the sweet-toothed, you could finish off with a luscious Rote Grütze, a red fruit pudding with vanilla sauce.