Below is a list of the top and leading German Restaurants in Houston. To help you find the best German Restaurants located near you in Houston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Houston’s Best German Restaurants:
The top rated German Restaurants in Houston, TX are:
- Rudi Lechner’s – German- Texan serving all favorite dishes made from authentic recipes and ingredients
- King’s BierHaus – offers a fusion of German, Austrian, and American cuisine
- Watershed – serves food made from scratch with recipes originating from Germany to the new American cuisine
- Texas Biergarten – open daily to serve authentic German food and drinks for dine-in, pickup, and delivery
- The Sauer Kraut Food Truck – features a wide selection of German- Texan dishes with some seasonal items
Rudi Lechner’s is a German- Texan serving all favorite dishes made from authentic recipes and ingredients. The owners made sure that there is something for everyone. The restaurant also holds a yearly Oktoberfest. Furthermore, they offer live music entertainment every Wednesday to Saturday. They serve a German sampler buffet during Wednesdays with a large selection of German beers. In addition, they cate to private parties and business facilities.
Some of their main dishes are Hungarian goulash, Heritage sampler plate, and roasted pork shank. Moreover, there are slectuins of schnitzels like ajeger veal, beer pork, and hollandaise.
Address: 2503 S Gessner Rd, Houston, TX 77063
Phone: (713) 782-1180
”Eating here has become a birthday/Father’s Day tradition for me and my Pops. Friendly, attentive staff. The roast pork shank is absolutely amazing. Fantastic beer selection. Nothing I have tried here has been anything less than wonderful.” – Chop
King’s BierHaus offers a fusion of German, Austrian, and American cuisine. They use required that are more than 100 years old. The dishes are seasoned with all-natural Himalayan crystal salt. The meats they serve are all home-smoked. Furthermore, their specialty dishes include Hungarian gypsy stew, Taste of Germany, schweinshaxen, and fish tacos. They also serve selections of schnitzels, sausage plates, and gourmet hotdogs.
Soem of tehru best beers inde Weinstephaner Vitus, Andechs Kloster doppelbock, and Weltenburher Barock Dunkel. Moreover, they sevre their signature drafts including pilsner, IPA, lager, and Oktoberfest.
Address: 2044 E T C Jester Blvd, Houston, TX 77008
Phone: (832) 538-1093
”Amazing German/Austrian food and beer options! The restaurant itself was super neat and we loved the ambiance. They have mossy walls, wood, and steins all over. They also have a nice outdoor patio with some tvs. The food was so good, I got the Reuben and my husband a sausage plate. We will definitely be back!” – Dani Jo Vasquez
Watershed serves food made from scratch with recipes originating from Germany to the new American cuisine. There are also mouthwatering Continental dishes. The meats are all home-smoked and they serve homemade sauces. Furthermore, there is a full bar with a large selection of cocktails, beers, and wines. There are 30 craft and import beers on tap available daily.
There are shareable like goulash, pretzel bites, Bretzel, and smoked chicken wings. Moreover, there are options for sausage sampler, kasespatzle, and roasted pork shank. In addition, they serve wursts, sandwiches, and schnitzels.
Address: 4820 W Bellfort Blvd, Houston, TX 77035
Phone: (713) 637-4205
”Fresh German! Loved the kasespatzel (like homemade mac n cheese but with chewy spatzel) and warm brussesls/carrot salad (very mild smoky flavor). Best fish n (incredibly perfect) chips — batter where you could actually taste the beer! Friends had beautiful schweinebraten plates with silver dolkar potatoes and mild sauerkraut. Super friendly staff and mask-conscious crowd. Will be back!” – Tracy Morris
Texas Biergarten is open daily to serve authentic German food and drinks for dine-in, pickup, and delivery. There are various Texas beers paired with delicious Texas-German family meals to choose from. Furthermore, they severe burgers and buns with a choice of side. Some of the options are Philly cheesesteak, pork schnitzel sandwich, and classic Reuben.
Their main dishes are pork schnitzel, grilled chicken, grilled ribeye, and smokehouse sausage plate. Moreover, they have options of pilsner, lager, and hefeweizen. There are also pale ale, Kolsch, IPA, and porter options on tap.
Address: 6302 Hwy 6 ste q, Missouri City, TX 77459
Phone: (281) 778-0030
”My friend was in town from Florida and we decided to try this place, it pulled up under restaurants. Everything was delicious! Service was good. Can’t wait to go back and try something else.” – AJ Sawyer
The Sauer Kraut Food Truck
The Sauer Kraut Food Truck features a wide selection of German- Texan dishes with some seasonal items. They serve their dishes in the City of Houston and its surrounding areas. Furthermore, they are open to catering to public and private events. The servers speak in German and added German hospitality when serving. The recipes they use are all handed down through various generations.
Some of the dishes served are classic fine pork, Grobe brat, and knackwurst. Moreover, they serve fried and salted pretzel, seasoned fries, and spicy curry fries. Their signature dishes are the Schruben and currywurst. There are also schnitzels of jaeger scnitzel, and classic pork scnitzel.
Address: 734 Crabb River Rd, Sugar Land, TX 77479
Phone: (713) 331-9013
”I had the goulash & it was amazing. When I was there a lovely band showed up to perform so I stuck around a bit longer. It was well worth it. They even played Du Hast by Rammstein per my request. Keep up the great service Eric.” – Sean Krystof Sitka
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.