I haven't noticed many, if any, German restaurants around Sydney but lo behold, I find Rhinedorf in Beverly Hills squished in amongst some Chinese restaurants. So instantly my head is saying "you must visit because German food!" (sometimes I lean towards meatatarianism).
As we walk in, I see all the wooden tables with green/white table cloths and all sorts of German knick knacks adorning the walls; it feels quite homey! I sit down at our table and start to smell the food coming out of the kitchen... Mmm...
|Heil apple cider 4.8% $5|
|Gebackener camembert $11|
Deep fried camembert served with cranberry sauce and salad
|Russische eier $14.50|
Russian eggs served with potato salad, mayonnaise, caviar & salami
Pork knuckle roasted with beer & herbs, served with sauerkraut, pan-fried potatoes, mustard and gravy
Chargrilled German style sausages with pan-fried potatoes, sauerkraut, mustard and gravy
|Black forest torte $8.50|
Germany's specialty: rich chocolate sponge layered with sour cherries, fresh cream and kirsch brandy with ice cream
485 King Georges Rd,
* There is parking at the back of the restaurant