The temp is dropping, and we’re starting to hunt for some comforting eats and treats; the Bavarian has delivered just that with their tasty selection of winter platters.
Kicking off earlier this month and serving up until the first of September, they have plenty of protein-packed offerings ready for you to try this winter.
Food & Beverage Director John Sullivan said: “Nowhere does platters like The Bavarian and we’re dialling it up this winter with five generous in size, flavour-packed variations to choose from.”
“Bring a friend and an appetite as our platters are designed for two very hungry diners to share.”
Indulge in a delicious Deutschland experience with The Bavarian Tasting Platter ($59) featuring a generous slab of crackling pork belly, The Bavarian’s famous pork knuckle – thick with irresistible crackling, flavour-packed German sausages and golden-crumbed chicken schnitzel, which are accompanied with traditional trimmings, such as sauerkraut, red cabbage, creamy mashed potato, apple compote and delicious bier jus.
Guests who prefer to concentrate their eating on one particular protein, can take on a platter starring Germany’s most consumed meat – pork. The Ultimate Pork Platter ($59) includes crackling pork belly, Nurnberger bratwurst, crisp pork schnitzel and BBQ pork bao buns, served with delicious sides of sauerkraut, red cabbage, creamy mash, lashings of German mustard and bier jus.
Another bounty of culinary Bavaria is the Schnitzel Celebration Platter ($49) showcasing a trio of golden-crumbed deliciousness in the form of cheesy chicken parma, garlic and parmesan rubbed chicken schnitzel and traditional Jagerschnitzel with mushroom sauce, served with crunchy fries.
The Southern Platter ($49) takes diners out of Deutschland and into America’s deep south with Nashville rubbed fried chicken, southern fried chicken schnitzel, potato gems, cabbage slaw with chipotle mayo, Jack Daniel’s BBQ sauce and buffalo sauce.
Leaving the wurst to last, sausage fans can test how many varieties they can eat in one sitting, with the Signature Sausage Platter ($49) showcasing five quintessential favourites: cheese kransky, frankfurter, pepper and garlic kielbasa, Nurnberger pin wheels and liverwurst – all served with house-baked pretzels, creamy mash, sauerkraut, Kuhne mustard and bier jus.