Bavaria is world famous for its beer, most notably during the period of Oktoberfest. Capturing the essence of this magical time of year, King Ludwig Beerhall brings Singapore food lovers a taste of South Germany. Found in a ground floor location down Salisbury Road, only steps from Tsim Sha Tsui Exit K, this restaurant is easy to reach from all across the Hong Kong area, not a bad deal considering the restaurant feels more like Europe than Asia. Book now and to have a wunderbar experience in the heart of Kowloon.
Pork knuckles crispy and well seasoned... highly recommended... atmosphere was good... thanks to the ladies who sang with their body and soul... special thank to the caring staff who kept filling our mug with warm water... enjoyable dinner
Close to MTR exit. Had live band. Happy Hour until 8 pm. Had the draft dunkel which was great. Food portion is substantial. Can get a little noisy later on, but well suited for groups.
nice environment & music ~ great food & beer ~ love the german roasted pig knuckle very much! ~ very crispy & delicious ~ ~
German cuisine is known for being very hearty, especially the cuisine from the south of the country, Bavaria. From weisswurst to pork knuckle, the meaty offerings available at King Ludwig Beerhall on Salisbury Road are as authentic as they come. The beer is excellent too, and you’ll find that it perfectly compliments the delicious food on the menu. With friendly servers ready to answer any of your questions, you’ll feel all set when dining King Ludwig Beerhall in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui.
At King Ludwig Beerhall, your best bet as far as food goes is to enjoy one of the restaurants meatier delights, especially the sausage. One of our favourites is the Nuernberg roast sausages made of pork meat and marjoram, but we also like the King Ludwig’s pork knuckle, the German spare ribs with crispy fried garlic and chilli, and the tasty veal wiener schnitzel with cranberry sauce, fried potatoes and salad. There’s a whole lot more where that came from – book ahead of time to claim your table at the always popular King Ludwig Beerhall in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui.