Bavarian Haus

★★★★☆

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Great Chicken Schnitzel. It was moist and had a great flavor.
Friendly service. I would recommend to friends.

I love their coleslaw, it was great!

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★★★★☆

Great Chicken Schnitzel. It was moist and had a great flavor.
Friendly service. I would recommend to friends.

I love their coleslaw, it was great!

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My wife and I were at a serious loss as to wear we would go for our 10th anniversary. We happened to drive out to this small German town in the middle of no-where Oregon, and we were treated to a wonderful symphony of German food and beer. Couldn't have had a better time if we planned it. This place would make Luther himself want to come back to earth. It's too bad they don't have a good German Reformed church in the area, or we might consider moving there.

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★★★★★

My wife and I were at a serious loss as to wear we would go for our 10th anniversary. We happened to drive out to this small German town in the middle of no-where Oregon, and we were treated to a wonderful symphony of German food and beer. Couldn't have had a better time if we planned it. This place would make Luther himself want to come back to earth. It's too bad they don't have a good German Reformed church in the area, or we might consider moving there.

Pros: Best German Food and Beer I've Ever Had

Cons: No Cons About It!

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We have had multiple experiences at the Bavarian Haus, all were very good. Two times we had a group of about 15, and two other times it was just a group of two. The service has always been great with exceptionally friendly servers. And the food was awesome, good portions and great taste! On a sunny day, go dine outside with a cold Dopplebock beer. Or on a rainy day, go inside and have some comfort food. Either way, you will not be disappointed with your experience at the Bavarian Haus!

2
★★★★★

We have had multiple experiences at the Bavarian Haus, all were very good. Two times we had a group of about 15, and two other times it was just a group of two. The service has always been great with exceptionally friendly servers. And the food was awesome, good portions and great taste! On a sunny day, go dine outside with a cold Dopplebock beer. Or on a rainy day, go inside and have some comfort food. Either way, you will not be disappointed with your experience at the Bavarian Haus!

Pros: Great food, excellent German beer, fantastic service

Cons: In a rural area (beautiful drive though)

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I travel all over the world and love German food. The food was ok, but the service was slow. It looks they have done some updates but has a long ways to go. Not a romantic place or kid friendly. Not worth the drive from Portland.

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★★☆☆☆

I travel all over the world and love German food. The food was ok, but the service was slow. It looks they have done some updates but has a long ways to go. Not a romantic place or kid friendly. Not worth the drive from Portland.

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I spent 35 years as a soldier in the United States Army. My wife and I and our children were fortunate to spend nearly 17 of those years in Germany. Now we are more than fortunate to be living in the beautiful village of Mount Angel in Oregon. A very special joy of living in Germany those many years were the wonderful country Gasthauses (restaurants). In Mount Angel we have the Bavarian Haus Restaurant and Pub. It is Mount Angel?s oldest German restaurant located in the center of town. The Bavarian Haus prepares and serves the best German meals this side of the Atlantic. Their menu features 7 ?Old World? type schnitzels, sauerbraten and a wide array of other authentic German meals with all the Bavarian fixings. If you can?t afford to go to Germany this year, head down to Mount Angel for a reasonably priced German lunch or dinner served with great German beers and wines. You will not be disappointed.

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★★★★★

I spent 35 years as a soldier in the United States Army. My wife and I and our children were fortunate to spend nearly 17 of those years in Germany. Now we are more than fortunate to be living in the beautiful village of Mount Angel in Oregon. A very special joy of living in Germany those many years were the wonderful country Gasthauses (restaurants). In Mount Angel we have the Bavarian Haus Restaurant and Pub. It is Mount Angel?s oldest German restaurant located in the center of town. The Bavarian Haus prepares and serves the best German meals this side of the Atlantic. Their menu features 7 ?Old World? type schnitzels, sauerbraten and a wide array of other authentic German meals with all the Bavarian fixings. If you can?t afford to go to Germany this year, head down to Mount Angel for a reasonably priced German lunch or dinner served with great German beers and wines. You will not be disappointed.

Pros: Charming atmosphere, great food, lots of available parking.

Cons: Everything is cooked to order, don't be in a great rush.

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It is actually a dump of a place. The food is ok , the service is slow and the restaurant looks like a dive. I would not recommend it to anyone!

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★☆☆☆☆

It is actually a dump of a place. The food is ok , the service is slow and the restaurant looks like a dive. I would not recommend it to anyone!

Pros: didnt pay for meal

Cons: the place is a dump, the service was slow

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My compliments to the chef---went there once before but went back again and the food keeps improving

2
★★★★☆

My compliments to the chef---went there once before but went back again and the food keeps improving

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Love this place! My girlfriend and I stumbled across the Bavarian Haus when driving back from the Tulip Festival last spring. I was starved and a little cranky from romping around in the mud and was really ready for a good meal, and these people really delivered! The service was fast, friendly and professional. The food was hot and prompt. My favorite has become the German Platter, great sausages, CIDER kraut, (not the stinky kind!) and great German Fried Potatos. There is an excellent selection of beer to go with this really affordable plate ($8 or $9) and lots of other delicious items on the menu. Try the Killer Bread! We've been back several times. The waitresses now know our names and we are greeted as if we walked into "Cheers!" It's a great place to bring friends and we love taking credit for finding this jewel on our own!

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★★★★★

Love this place! My girlfriend and I stumbled across the Bavarian Haus when driving back from the Tulip Festival last spring. I was starved and a little cranky from romping around in the mud and was really ready for a good meal, and these people really delivered! The service was fast, friendly and professional. The food was hot and prompt. My favorite has become the German Platter, great sausages, CIDER kraut, (not the stinky kind!) and great German Fried Potatos. There is an excellent selection of beer to go with this really affordable plate ($8 or $9) and lots of other delicious items on the menu. Try the Killer Bread! We've been back several times. The waitresses now know our names and we are greeted as if we walked into "Cheers!" It's a great place to bring friends and we love taking credit for finding this jewel on our own!

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I live in East County and the drive is well worth the travel which also includes a most beautiful scenic drive along the way. On different occassions I chose "Alpine Chicken" and the "Schnitzel DuJour". Most excellent. Not only were these dishes very tasty, the food was hot, presentation superb all delivered to your table with great service. Don't forget the dessert, must try try the Apple Strudel. The atmosphere was great, casual and comfortable. I have to give this restaurant a "10" I'm looking forward to going again very soon. I have to say, with all honesty, this now is my favorite German Restaurant. Enjoy!

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★★★★★

I live in East County and the drive is well worth the travel which also includes a most beautiful scenic drive along the way. On different occassions I chose "Alpine Chicken" and the "Schnitzel DuJour". Most excellent. Not only were these dishes very tasty, the food was hot, presentation superb all delivered to your table with great service. Don't forget the dessert, must try try the Apple Strudel. The atmosphere was great, casual and comfortable. I have to give this restaurant a "10" I'm looking forward to going again very soon. I have to say, with all honesty, this now is my favorite German Restaurant. Enjoy!

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I love this place but to be honest these guys are my brothers-but trust me I love to eat. The alpine chicken is one of the best chicken dishes I have ever eaten. Thought this was a special request for my birthday and is not at this time on the menue the beer cheese soup was great ,I'm told it is occasionaly a daily special. As i was visiting for two weeks from Florida I got to sample many items all were very good. The atmosphere in this establishment was so friendly, the local stop by and offer a hello and goodby to all.If you are lucky enough become a regular it's like stopping by home for a quick snack or a special family meal, after all the guys running the place are family.

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★★★★★

I love this place but to be honest these guys are my brothers-but trust me I love to eat. The alpine chicken is one of the best chicken dishes I have ever eaten. Thought this was a special request for my birthday and is not at this time on the menue the beer cheese soup was great ,I'm told it is occasionaly a daily special. As i was visiting for two weeks from Florida I got to sample many items all were very good. The atmosphere in this establishment was so friendly, the local stop by and offer a hello and goodby to all.If you are lucky enough become a regular it's like stopping by home for a quick snack or a special family meal, after all the guys running the place are family.

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Chef Rottner gets it right in Mt. Angel. This restaurant / pub is a must try and worth a trip from Portland, Salem and the surrounding communities. Last evening I tried the homemade tomato soup ahead of a delightful tasting, beautiful wiener schnitzel veal cutlet generously flavored in a wonderful mushroom sauce. (Other varieties are available, in addition to a full menu complete with many tasty offerings). The brother duo has added striking touches to the lounge creating a welcoming atmosphere that is friendly and calming. I enjoyed a glass of Cabernet with dinner, which was a nice compliment and provided for a great finish. I'll have to go back for the apple strudel they offered... I simply did not want to remove the lingering plentiful flavors from dinner, at the time it was offered. I later regretted not taking some to go!

I recommend you check out the Bavarian Haus anytime of the year in Mt. Angel. They are surrounded by a German community full of year around pleasant surprises, including a splendid glockenspiel clock with life sized animated statues singing in the hours four times a day. Self-guided tours of the Mt. Angel Abbey can provide a peaceful walk up the hill along a forested footpath. The top of the hill is a retreat oasis including some amazing architecture and stunning views of Mt. Hood and the surrounding valley of farmland. Visitors are welcomed for evening vespers with the Monks and to attend Mass if desired. The Abbey Library is an architectural treasure and the gift shop is chock full of mementos one would expect to find there, and several surprises to boot. The base of the town includes a Monastery established in 1882, just as the Abbey itself was established 125 years ago in Mt. Angel. The sisters there are fast becoming famous for their Monastery Mustard, some of which includes ingredients hand picked from their private vegetable gardens. Discover Mt. Angel during non-Oktoberfest times... I'm glad I did!

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★★★★★

Chef Rottner gets it right in Mt. Angel. This restaurant / pub is a must try and worth a trip from Portland, Salem and the surrounding communities. Last evening I tried the homemade tomato soup ahead of a delightful tasting, beautiful wiener schnitzel veal cutlet generously flavored in a wonderful mushroom sauce. (Other varieties are available, in addition to a full menu complete with many tasty offerings). The brother duo has added striking touches to the lounge creating a welcoming atmosphere that is friendly and calming. I enjoyed a glass of Cabernet with dinner, which was a nice compliment and provided for a great finish. I'll have to go back for the apple strudel they offered... I simply did not want to remove the lingering plentiful flavors from dinner, at the time it was offered. I later regretted not taking some to go!

I recommend you check out the Bavarian Haus anytime of the year in Mt. Angel. They are surrounded by a German community full of year around pleasant surprises, including a splendid glockenspiel clock with life sized animated statues singing in the hours four times a day. Self-guided tours of the Mt. Angel Abbey can provide a peaceful walk up the hill along a forested footpath. The top of the hill is a retreat oasis including some amazing architecture and stunning views of Mt. Hood and the surrounding valley of farmland. Visitors are welcomed for evening vespers with the Monks and to attend Mass if desired. The Abbey Library is an architectural treasure and the gift shop is chock full of mementos one would expect to find there, and several surprises to boot. The base of the town includes a Monastery established in 1882, just as the Abbey itself was established 125 years ago in Mt. Angel. The sisters there are fast becoming famous for their Monastery Mustard, some of which includes ingredients hand picked from their private vegetable gardens. Discover Mt. Angel during non-Oktoberfest times... I'm glad I did!

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I have enjoyed the delicious dishes at The Bavarian Haus time and time again. The food is outstanding and the atmosphere is friendly! I love what they did to the bar, what a nice remodel job.

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★★★★★

I have enjoyed the delicious dishes at The Bavarian Haus time and time again. The food is outstanding and the atmosphere is friendly! I love what they did to the bar, what a nice remodel job.

 

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