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Bringing a bit of Bavaria to Nuneaton town centre, The Bierkeller is a German bierhalle and restaurant on Newdegate Street. With a buzzy atmosphere and live entertainment, it is the perfect place for a big night out or for celebrating a special occasion with friends. Sink your teeth into some schnitzel or chow down on some currywurst – the menu at The Bierkeller is full of delicious and authentic German cuisine as well as pub food favourites, perfect for soaking up the array of German and international beers on offer. Book a table now!
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Fantastic night! All the staff were brilliant and really added to the experience! Highly recommend!
Fantastic night , atmosphere electric will return Thank you Tracey
Decorated in the style of a traditional Bavarian bierhalle, with communal wooden benches, The Bierkeller is a unique dining experience in Nuneaton, attracting guests from all over the Coventry area to its location on Newdegate Street in the town centre. Tuck into some traditional bratwurst or try some currywurst (sliced wurst smothered in an authentic curry ketchup made from a secret recipe and served with your choice of sauerkraut or coleslaw) or go for some chicken schnitzel or the traditional pretzel.
As well as a range of German specialities, The Bierkeller’s menu boasts an array of comfort food classics too, from different kinds of pizza to chicken wings, onion rings, and desserts like black forest gateau and ice cream to appease the sweet tooths. Not only is the food at The Bierkeller in Nuneaton sehr lecker, but you’ll find over 80 different types of bottled beer sourced from around the world, a large range of German draught beers and even steins of cocktails too.We recommend the Bierkeller Strudel, a Bavarian dessert inspired cocktail with dark rum, vanilla and cinnamon topped with apple cider. Prost!