The Octoberfest Pub in Fulham brings a year-round Oktoberfest to London, with everything from beer to bratwurst imported directly from the famous German beer festivals suppliers. Work up a thirst with the small but spicy snack salami, then tuck into the hearty pork knuckle: 900g of succulent pork on the bone, roasted till crisp and served with chips and sauerkraut. Meat-centric though it is, Octoberfest Pub takes care of vegetarians with a delicious Käsespätzle (German Pasta) served with a garden salad. But save room for the authentic apple strudel – it’s sehr gut!
Venue Details & Map
678-680 Fulham RoadFulhamLondonSW6 5SA
- Public transport:
- Parsons Green, Underground
Went after a Fulham game. Hosts my favourite beers on tap like Paulauner! And by the steiner! The bratwurst sausage was good along with standard chips. A good place to hang in the evening if near especially if the oompa loompa band are playing!more
We went on a quiet Wednesday evening, looking for maas and an oompah band. Instead there were several guys watching football, not the greatest atmosphere, especially when they turned the cheesy euro pop music off to listen to the football too.
However, it was certainly an authentic experience from a food and drinks perspective. Paulaner, draft, served in a maas (litre glass) with a side of...more
I'm torn between three and four stars for this place... it's really not that great inside, just a bunch of benches to sit at, and the food is mediocre, but it can be a lot of fun if you're in the right mood. They have great German beer on tap, and even more of it in bottles (quite a selection actually) and a very friendly staff. We went on a Friday night, which comes with an appearance by a...more
Do not go to this place if what you want is some typical German grub, or delicious German sausages.
Do only go to this place if you want to seat on an empty, sad and dark place with a tv playing sports on the background while you are being served hot dogs that could have been done by anyone and with no particularly good sausages either.
I always like trying to find the positives about a...more