Food Photography & Review: Munich Gastro Bierhaus

My latest food review of 2010 is for none other than Munich Gastro Bierhaus, a lovely German restaurant situated in the new IOI Boulevard in Puchong. This is the place to dine if you’re craving some wholesome German cuisine. For any beer monsters out there there is a reasonable selection of imported beer from around the globe.

The restaurant offers a choice of seating, either indoor dining or outdoor alfresco style, with air conditioning a plenty for either option. The restaurant is kitted out with ample wide screen TVs, which makes it an ideal place to kick back and relax with a few beers and snacks whilst watching live football matches – what more could anyone ask for?

Here are a few photos of the food served by Munich. For the full review of the restaurant do check out the November issue of KLue magazine.

Potato Salad with Tuna

The Potato Salad with Tuna starter. I love the contrast of warm potatoes served with cold tuna and the onions give it some crunch.

Pork Knuckles with Glazed Honey

Pork Knuckle for the main course. Don’t let the photo fool you, the portion is huge, and served on an oversized plate. It’s best to bring along a friend to share this dish. The pork crackling is crispy and crunchy while the meat is moist, juicy and full of flavour.

Apple Strudel

The Apple Strudel desert was not to my expectation as the pastry lacked flaky crispness and the overly sweet sauce turned the dish quite soggy.

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