A quick lunch at Brotzeit German Beer Bar & Restaurant, Perth CBD

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I hadn’t been to Brotzeit in 140 William until this week for reasons that escape me, and I stopped in with my workmate Andrew for a quick lunch on Monday.

I hadn’t been to BrotzeitΒ in 140 William until this week for reasons that escape me, and I stopped in with my workmate Andrew for a quick lunch on Monday. Well done to the lady from East Village who tried to steal our custom as we waited outside πŸ™‚

Many of the meals are quite pricey ($30+), thankfully there are a few lunch specials that are around $18 – unfortunately the pork belly roll that we both liked the sound of (and looked awesome in the photo) wasn’t available. Boo.

You can see the largely unpronounceable menu here.

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Andrew ordered the wagyu burger with wedges (after struggling to pronounce its German name. I did three years of German at High School, I’ve got no excuse).

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I chose the pork sausage with sauerkraut on a pretzel bun with chips. I was expecting something hot dog shaped, which probably says something terrible about me as a person.

We waited for what seemed like a very long time, especially since the restaurant was pretty quiet and we’d ordered from the lunch menu. I guess their strategy is for you to drink lots of beer while you wait (alas we weren’t drinking).Β They also didn’t allow for separate payments which isn’t that uncommon, but can be a pain for a relatively expensive lunch.

We both enjoyed our meals, and the meat in both of our burgers was very good. I’m certainly keen to try some of their other dishes, but I’m not sure that I’d go back for another work day lunch give the relatively high price and small selection.

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Martin

Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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