20 July 2011

Vivid Sydney 2011 and Lowenbrau

Vivid show is not only the spectacular light projections on the iconic Sydney Opera House, but there are also the outdoor exhibitions of light sculpture and performances from musicians around The Rocks. If you missed this year Vivid show, hopefully they would have it again next year as they have done that 2 years in a row.

Lowenbrau Restaurant
18 Argyle Street (Corner of Playfair & Argyle Streets)
The Rocks, NSW 2000
Ph: (02) 9247 7785
Open 7 days, 9am til late

It's typical German pub-style restaurant with the live band and beers. Recommended for chilling out with friends. Pork schnitzel is a must try in here with a dip of mustard sauce and a glass of German brew would make you feel like you're in Berlin.

Crispy Strips of Calamari with Chilli-Lime Aioli $23.50

Creamy Mashed Potatoes $7

Knuspriger Schweinebauch $31

Crackling Roast Pork Belly with Lowenbrau Bier Sauce (those crackling was superb) and served on the bed of sauteed potatoes and slow-braised red cabbage

Lowenschnitzel $32.50

Lowenbrau's Giant Pork Schnitzel served with French Fries and Herb Mayonnaise. It goes very well with the German mustard.

Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte $10

A slice of Classic Black Forest Torte with Kirsch (Stone Cherry Brandy) served with fresh cream and chocolate shavings. 

Dessert Variation $17

Platter of Apple Strudel, Sticky Date Pudding, Bread & Butter Pudding, Ice Cream with Fruit Coulis and served with freshly whipped cream and vanilla custard.

Left to Right: Hafbrau Dunkel (dark) 0.5lit $11.90, Mango Weizen (0.3lit) $8, and Dark Wheat Bier (Malty, toffee yet delicate) $8

Hot Chocolate $3.80

So, Octie-Appetie guys....

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