The German Club has been a long-standing establishment in the Philippines since 1906 mainly to accommodate the German community. Today, it is not just a bar and restaurant but a community where you meet people not just from Germany, but also people of different background & industries.
Fischstäbchen vom Lapu-Lapu Filet mit Remoulade, serviert mit Pellkartoffeln und Bohnengemüse
Lapu-Lapu Fish Fingers with Remoulade, served with Boiled Potatoes and Green Beans
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Here are some Featured Dishes at the German Club!
The German Club Restaurant is a favored venue for private and corporate functions. With its pleasant and well-stocked bar, the German Club is a most convenient and comfortable setting for socializing with those you already know, as well as those you should know. German visitors to Manila are encouraged to contact the German Club to arrange temporary privileges for their enjoyment of first-rate dining and bar facilities.
Schnitzel is a traditional German dish served in the Club. It uses a very thin boneless cutlet from meat such as veal, pork, or chicken, then it is breaded using breadcrumbs, and served with lemon juice.
Currywurst with french fries is a very popular street food in Germany. Perfect for a snack or light lunch or dinner. It is made from a bratwurst that’s been grilled (sliced into bite sized pieces if one prefers), and then smothered in Curry Sauce.
Allgau Cheese Spaetzle
Spätzle is a typical dish wherein noodles are irregularly shaped and made from a simple batter of eggs mixed with flour and milk or water. This classic German noodles recipe calls for sautéeing boiled spätzle in melted butter until golden, then garnishing with fresh herbs.
Crispy Pork Knuckle
Schweinshaxe, or Crispy Pork Knuckle wrapped in a salty and roasted-crisp skin, is a recipe for a quintessential Oktoberfest feast. It makes for the perfect pairing of your favorite beer.