3401 S Sooner Rd, Oklahoma City, OK | Directions 7316535.305794 -97.423602
Wonderful hand crafted food & beer – This is a very fun place to go. My friends ALWAYS have to go there whenever they are in town. The food is very, very good and there is such a huge variety. After having visited Germany twice in the past 5 years, there are several dishes I can honestly say that I prefer to those had in Germany. From their sausages to their schnitzel to rinderlad (sp?), ham shanks, trout, roasted chicken, etc...it is ALL good and very authentic from a German Master Chef.
Then there's the beer...there are three types-King's Gold, Kings Weizen and a Oktoberfest. They are all great in their own ways and brewed right on site. You can order it in 1/2 liter, 1 liter or 2 liter amounts.
The service and atmosphere is great too. it feels like you are in an authentic German beer hall.
Yes some of the meals are expensive but they are worth it and you do get plenty of food but there are some cheaper alternatives available to you as well.
And to the guy who complained about having to give your ID so that you wouldn't steal the 2L boots? What's the big deal? I think that's a small price to pay to ensure the restaurant that they don't have their merchandise stolen. And the boots are NOT $100 to buy, still pricy but look anywhere on the internet and you'll see the prices for this item are high (I asked once and they are imported from Germany and have to be made of two separate pieces of glass and then the logo is placed on it).
All in all, it's a great place to have dinner with friends and/or family.
almost but not quite – I had high expectations for this place. Unfortunately, that was dispelled as soon as I walked in. The fact that they require you to surrender your drivers license to hold for ransom if you order the "boot" of beer is completely absurd. There response was "people steal the glasses"... Ok, so how about selling them so we won't have to steal them. Sure, for 100 bucks!!!! Are you kidding, what a missed marketing opportunity as well as a huge turn-off assuming that all of us are petty thieves.
The beer is brewed at the restaurant. Too bad there's just 3 kinds and they taste a lot alike.
The food was pretty good but way overpriced for what you get. No complementary bread here...
The service was good which made up for some of the shortcomings.
The only real positive attribute for this place is sitting outside with a group of friends (Octoberfest style) listening to the german band and drinking beer. Without that, I wouldn't even bother.
THIS IS GREMAN FOOD AT IS FINEST – Being of Norwegian decent and having most of my family still living there and in Rostock (Northern Germany) I have a flavor of home and try to get it every time I am out of town (Dallas being home now). I have got to say that being in OKC I was surprised to find this place and am glad I did. Service was stellar and the food was spectacular, I had a pretzel for an appetizer (suggested by my server Christopher) and the Schwabischer Sauerbraten mit Spatzle und Bankrupt (po. roast for those in USA). we just called it ?Souerbraten with red cabbage and dumplings? with a side of potato salad. Truly amazed that this is how they plate it as well. This was really a taste of my family home. I have the opportunity to travel the US in my job and with the exception of 2 other places I do not think I would even take the time to write about (one being in Minnesota and the other in Ft Lauderdale) Who would expect that this kind of service and flavor could come from OKC? Truly the last place I would have looked for Great German food.
I am sorry I missed the band, I came on the start of the week but I am sure that with everything I had experienced already I am sure they are great as well. I washed this all down with one of there home brewed beers and I liked the glass it came in so much I bought 2.(beer was excellent as well).
(yea it is Norwegian / and those who want to ask the answer is yes)
Thank you ?Royal Bavaria?.
By the way the price is no more than any other specialty item you would buy of QUALITY, I have paid more for less
Extremely Authentic and well worth a visit – Having been stationed in Germany and growing up in a German Household, I have VERY high standards
when it comes to German food. The food here is very good and the best German food since I left Munich.
The beer can compete with any of the beers that I found in Munich. The service was top notch, although
sometimes it can take a little while to receive your food, since it is made fresh. I have eaten here many times over many years and have never been disappointed with the service nor with the cuisine. The only
thing I could want is a lower cost, but you get what you pay for.
Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant – A very disappointing dining experience. While the service was ok, the food was underdone, overpriced and sadly lacking in taste or authenticity.
Great food, amazing beer and an authentic German atmosphere. – One of our favorite restaurants! It's almost an hour drive from my home but it's worth every minute. The menu is extensive and it should be easy to please even the most picky eaters. I can't say enough about the beer. Fresh, unique, delicious. They even serve it in a 2L boot! Occasional live music and a great atmosphere for a large group or a couple.
Excellent Beer, Authentic Cuisine – Royal Bavaria serves authentic German food in a wondeful setting but is first and foremost a brewery. The beer here is some of the best I've ever had. While the selection is limited (there are only three beers served) the freshness, body and distinctive flavor of each beer more than compensates.
I've never been to Germany, so I can't compare it to freshly brewed beers in similar establishments there. However, having sampled a wide range of both foriegn and domestic beers available in the US, some freshly brewed, I feel confident in saying that this is some of the best. Come seeking anything but a dark beer and you won't be disappointed.
The food is good but perhaps a bit of an aquired taste. Many of the freshly baked breads, most notably the pretzel and hard roll, are superb. The Rinderroulade and Half-Chicken are also likely to appeal to newcomers to the fare. The restaruant's namesake, the Royal Bavaria, offers a nice introduction to the broader menu.
If you're in the area and you like beer or are just looking for an authentic Bavarian experience, I highly recommend you stop in.
Great Tiem – We went to dinner her over the past weekend (a party of 6) and had a WONDERFUL time. There was a German band playing, the waitress was wonderful, very pleasant, the food was delicious! We lived in Germany for 4 years and this was almost like being back there. I highly recommend it. It was a bit pricy, but well worth the cost. We will definately go again.
Nice place – This is a very nice-looking restaurant. The service is very good. The food is alright, nothing to write home about, and the home-brewed beer is a little thin-tasting. It's passable German fare served in a beautiful location. I would highly recommend this for large groups (15 - 30 people). After a few big, cheap beers, it seems great.
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