Weissbrau @ Pavilion Kuala LumpurAugust 16, 2011
August 11, 2011 during 5:07 pm
Weissbrau, literally definition White Brew, is a reverence to good German cuisine. Located during Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, a opening is tucked into a dilemma of a mall’s Connection area and is really renouned with KL-lites. It exudes a infrequent atmosphere, and offers an uncovered dining knowledge with a poetic perspective of a mall’s many renouned walkway.
The Pavilion Kuala Lumpur opening is Weissbrau’s initial in Malaysia and offers Malaysians an authentic introduction to German cuisine. Weissbrau’s menu offers a far-reaching operation of German delights that were comparison by Master Chef Pascal Schnyder, including sandwiches and burgers, epicurean sausages, salads and soups, as good as a normal German favourite, a Alsatian Flammkuchen.
For those unknown to this dish, consider of it as a really skinny round crepe masquerading as an Italian pizza. Choose possibly a Original, with green cream and roasted onions or a Italian Touch, with a hold of tomato flavour, baked with mozzarella cheese on top. All Weissbrau’s flammkuchen come with a accumulation of toppings, from a some-more normal mixture like mushroom, bacon, sugar ham and parma ham, to some-more sparkling flavours such as smoked salmon, seafood and even light curried chicken! Do not tatter if we can't confirm on what toppings we want, as we can get sequence one that offers all toppings in one flammkuchen.
All Weissbrau’s burgers are pig burgers, and ambience positively lovely! The homemade pig patty is tender and juicy, that is good as many burgers tend to be a bit dry. The remaining mixture that accompany a patty in a burger complements a meat, ensuring that any delicious punch will be savoured and remembered. Weissbrau offers 3 forms of burgers, a Bavarian Bacon Cheese, a Swiss Mushroom Cheese and a Frankfurt Meister.
No German food knowledge would be finish but sausages, and Weissbrau offers some good sausages, both internal and imported. Beginners should start with a classical all pig Frankfurter and try other varieties like a Smoked Garlic Sausage and a Emmentaler, a pig and emmental cheese mix. Mixed beef sausages embody a Schwiez Cervela – belligerent beef and pork, wrapped with bacon and cheese, and a Veal Bratwurst – pig with veal. The biggest sausage that Weissbrau has to offer is a Schublig, done of beef and pork, that is easily smoked. Most patrons, generally those in groups, foster a sausage combo as a common appetiser before starting on their categorical course.
While classical German transport featuring pig like Crispy German Pork Knuckle, pig ribs and schnitzels (fried breadcrumb coated porkloin) are renouned during Weissbrau, a opening offers other European delights such as beef lasagne, hungarian beef goulash, Australian rib eye and even duck thong bleu. Most of a categorical dishes are served with several side dishes, including a French desirous rosti, shredded potato strips pan-fried in simplified butter, and sauerkraut.
Like any loyal German restaurant, Weissbrau offers an endless preference of beer, including internal favourites Carlsberg and Hoegaarden. But what sets Weissbrau detached from a rest would be a accessibility of specialty beers, including Schneider Weisse’s line of wheat beer. Our revisit to Weissbrau @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur coincided with a launch of Schneider Weisse’s drink during Weissbrau, so we had a event to representation an aged German tradition. Weissbrau now offers 3 forms of Schneider Weisse beers – a Unser Original, Mein Kristall and a Meine blonde Weisse. The Unser Original is brewed to a strange recipe of Georg Schneider,the brewery owner of 1872, after he acquired a rights to decoction wheat drink from King Ludwig II. Mein Kristall is a lightest of a 3 beers, and is a ideal messenger for light dishes, while Meine blonde Weisse strikes a change between a other dual beers, and possesses a lovely and balmy flavour.
If we have an dusk to gangling and suffer drink and pork, we really would suggest that we check out Weissbrau @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur!