One of the most enjoyable aspects of exploring the world is discovering new food – and German cuisine has for a long time been a favourite among Australians. However, there’s so much more than Schweinshaxe (pork knuckle), Bratwurst, Sauerkraut and Schnitzel. Germany is also world-famous for a raft of delicious specialties including baked potato dishes and freshly-baked pretzel.
You haven’t experienced it all until you’ve had ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’ (coffee and cake) – Germany’s equivalent of ‘afternoon tea’, but much tastier. Freshly brewed coffee (or tea) and traditional German cakes and slices such as Black Forest, Bee Sting, Sacher Torter and Apple Strudel are what you’ll find at this year’s festival.
Oktoberfest Brisbane’s ‘food family’ not only love to cook, barbeque and bake for you, they all have a deep-rooted connection to Germany and want to make your culinary adventure one to remember.
WHAT’S ON THE MENU? Click HERE to see what was on 2016’s Festival menu
Oktoberfest Brisbane’s mouth-watering menu brought to you by our partners German Sausage Hut, German Potato Hut, Haxen Haus, K&K Schnitzel & Burger Haus, King of Cakes, the Organic Cotton Candy Company and German Hut Biergarten Imbiss.
As per previous festivals, food stalls are cash only. Please bring cash with you to avoid ATM lines during peak hours. If there’s any change for the 2017 Festival, we’ll update all details here.