Bavarian Beerhouse offers a variety of ice cold tapped German beers and hearty Bavarian food such as Schnitzel and Pork Shanks. Table service is provided by charming waitresses wearing the traditional German “Dirndl” costumes. Bavarian Beerhouse is a fun and entertainment venue, with various events throughout the year. Most popular is ‘Oktoberfest’, which starts in mid‐September.
Bavarian Beerhouse is a great place for group nights such as corporate events, leaving birthday parties and Christmas do’s. The Old Street outlet attracts a mixed crowd, be it local office
workers, residents or those who simply enjoy the authentic Bavarian atmosphere.
Venue Details & Map
Bavarian Beerhouse Old Street
190 City RoadLondonEC1V 2QH
- 0844 330 2005
- Public transport:
- Leave Old Street Station by exit 8. Walk past Moorfields Eye Hospital and continue walking for 20 minutes. Bavarian Beerhouse is on the same side of the street.
- Booking Facilities
- Advance booking only
- Group bookings accepted
- Event Facilities
- Event facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Group rates available
Top 5 reviews of Bavarian Beerhouse Old Street
Food tastes the way it looks. I had the wiener schnitzel at the waitress' suggestion & it was good. I'm not much of a beer drinker so I had a small beer with it. The place was filling up with guys drinking & was starting to get noisy. The place did seem a little out-of-place as it is near the silicone roundabout - the high tech area in London. more
This was a really bright and cheerful place for drinks and food! When you step in, the bar is impressive with good aesthetic. I loved that there were lots of vegetarian/vegan options with good pricing. I was interested in having sides at the time and had the spatzle and mashed potatoes. Even though I kept it simple, I liked the taste of the spatzle and felt the seasoning was great on the... more
Decent German food, but nothing too impressive. I tried the app platter, which came out a bit different as described on the menu. I also tried some sausage as an entree, but they happened to be out of red cabbage (this is a huge let down if you enjoy German food).
I recommend this if you want to stop by for a beer or two with a buddy and get some decent German food if you happen to be in the... more
This place was a mixed bag. The food here was ok. I had the beef soup which was a bit rich for me and the spatzle was a bit bland too. I also tried the potato salad which was alright but for some reason only mine was fresh and everyone else at my table had very old potato salad which was difficult to eat. If you don't eat pork, the options here are limited, so I'm not sure it's worth trying... more
For someone who doesn't really like beer i quite enjoyed this place. I went with a group of 8 friends. We booked a table but didn't really need to as it was unusually quiet for a sat night (on a bank holiday weekend) but you never know so I would prob book if I were to go again.. Definitely try the sauerkraut i also had the currywurst which was called a snack but was large enough for a main... more