6 German Restaurants in Manchester

Discover Teutonic tastes at Manchester's best German restaurants

Germany's food culture is building up a reputation around the world, with beer halls and bakeries opening all the time. Northwest England is no exception, and there are some superb German restaurants in Manchester that all food and drink connoisseurs should check out. Whether you want a tenderised veal schnitzel, a decadent chocolate pastry dessert, or a quick Berliner hot dog with mustard and a few pints of authentic lager, Manchester's best German restaurants can be booked in seconds via Quandoo.

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The Bierkeller - Manchester

City Centre
German££££
4.3/63
The Bierkeller - Manchester

Hotspot Ess Paradies

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
German££££
5.7/616
Hotspot Ess Paradies

The Bierkeller - Nottingham

City Centre
German££££
5.5/68
The Bierkeller - Nottingham
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The Bierkeller - Leeds

City Centre
German££££
6.0/61
The Bierkeller - Leeds

Einstein

Concert Square
German££££
4.2/65
Einstein

The Bierkeller - Liverpool

Ropewalks
German££££
3.7/63
The Bierkeller - Liverpool
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    Try some traditional dishes and the world's finest beers

    Beer halls have always been a big part of Germany's social life. Places to meet, talk and listen to music (and, naturally, places to drink), these venues are going global. As food and drink fans wake up to the unique taste of Germany's regional cuisines and beers, beer halls are proliferating, and there are some great places to spend the evening in Manchester. These German restaurants blend informal ambience with traditional fare like bratwurst, kasekrainer or currywursts, creating a fantastic place to meet with friends and explore some of the best European cuisine around.
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    Manchester's German restaurants cover every base

    When you visit Manchester's best German restaurants, you can enjoy a true all-round dining experience. Imagine beginning with starters like spicy sausages followed by pan-fried kartoffeln (potatoes) and Bavarian-style lamb shank, then graduating to Black Forest gateau. All the while, Rhine wines or pilsners can flow freely, as you dive into a relatively unknown - but always satisfying - cooking style. Germany's food isn't so different to British cuisine that diners will struggle to find something to enjoy, but it's got its own distinctive tastes and ingredients that make every meal an adventure.
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    Celebrate Manchester's sporting connections at German restaurants

    Manchester's selection of German restaurants isn't huge at the moment, but as German food becomes better known, the selection is bound to grow. After all, the city has strong sporting links to Germany, thanks to footballing legends like Bert Trautmann, and the people of the northwest are always open to embracing new gastronomic trends. With their blend of sociable atmosphere, great drink and superb food, Manchester's German restaurants offer a great venue for pre-football meals, work get-togethers and family meals, and the choice is only likely to grow in the future. Get ahead of the curve by booking with Quandoo today.