Below is a list of the top and leading German Restaurants in Phoenix. To help you find the best German Restaurants located near you in Phoenix, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best German Restaurants:
The top rated German Restaurants in Phoenix are:
- Haus Murphy’s – has served authentic and finest German food for 24 years
- Soup and Sausage Bistro – features Eastern European cuisine in a counter-serve stop
- Brat Haus – has an extensive list of dishes and craft beers inspired by European food craftsmen
- German Sausage Co. – displays various German products and magazines in a one-story shop
- Zur Kate German Restaurant – serves authentic German sausages and beers with some regional fare
Haus Murphy’s has served authentic and finest German food for 24 years. The restaurant became a Valley destination for German food enthusiasts. They have been known worldwide for their food and services. Moreover, the restaurant can cater to a large group for celebrations and parties. It also has a lounge with long table seating. Their diners may choose whether to east at the lounge or at the Biergarten. Furthermore, their menu includes flammkuchen, sauerkraut, and bratwurst. They also serve German sausages served on a Bavarian pretzel bun and battered fries.
German restaurants, German cuisine
Address: 5739 W Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301
”The people here are so nice and the food is outstanding. We got sauerbraten, gulasch fries, and chicken schnitzel. Everything was excellent, and they even threw in an amazing apple strudel with vanilla sauce (two orders!) for free! If you’re looking for takeout right now, this is a fantastic option!” – Judson Greiner
Soup and Sausage Bistro
Soup and Sausage Bistro features Eastern European cuisine in a counter-serve stop. They took ideas from recipes originating from Ukraine, Russia, and Poland. There are also other countries that they followed their recipes from. Furthermore, they combine a collection of vegetable and meat dishes. Their dishes have a personal touch and have high quality. Various German classics fill their menu. This includes solyanka, mushroom soup, and sausages. There are variations of sausages like Sicilian links, fresh Bratwurst, and Linguica.
German restaurant, German cuisine
Address: 13240 N 7th St ste 4-5, Phoenix, AZ 85022
“Got the Variety #1 and the stuffed cabbage was just like grandmas. The potato pancake yummy! The stuffed bun! Mouth watering so fresh and soft! Highly recommend bring your family for some traditional Eastern European food! I will quickly become a regular. Thank you for all your hospitality!” – Alisha Jo
Brat Haus has an extensive list of dishes and craft beers inspired by European food craftsmen. There is a variety of burgers, salads, and sides. They also serve authentic brats. Moreover, the open-air patio makes them perfect for casual lunch or dinner. It is paired with delicious food and drinks. The friendly customer service makes it better. Furthermore, there are 28 craft beers to choose from. It is dispensed from the tap. There are also patio games to enjoy. his includes ping- pong, bag toss, and darts. Alife-sized Jenga makes playing more fun. They also allow dogs to play within the area.
German restaurants, German food and drinks
Address: 3622 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
“What an awesome local joint. Brats (sausages) and beer. They bake fresh pretzels, too. And super dog friendly. They even offer dog birthday partys! They’ll give your dog water, and even sell a sausage for dogs. Only negative of this place is the parking, which can be a pain in the butt to find.” – Ramon Ortega
German Sausage Co.
German Sausage Co. displays various German products and magazines in a one-story shop. The shops sell cold cuts, smoked meats, and liver sausages. there also are smoked sausages, sausage links, and salted smoked meats. Furthermore, they have old-fashioned products sourced from Germany. They ensure the quality of their products. It is maintained at the best temperature for great quality. Moreover, it is flavored with German tastes. It reflects the culture and flavor of Germany. In addition, they have groceries displayed in their racks.
German restaurant, German sausage
Address: 4900 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
”Very friendly staff. Awesome selection of our favorite German sausages and cold cuts. They also had familiar German grocery items. We will be going back here regularly.” – Gary Framke
Zur Kate German Restaurant
Zur Kate German Restaurant serves authentic German sausages and beers with some regional fare. The food is prepared with the finest ingredients. The chef also follows the best recipes for their dishes. The traditional preparation of German food is flared with a modern interpretation. Moreover, they serve various sausages and schnitzels on their menu. Some sausages include currywurst, knackwurst, and weisswurst. Their schnitzels include Holstein, Rahm, and cordon bleu schnitzel. Furthermore, they serve apple strudel with vanilla sauce and black forest cake as dessert.
Address: 4815 E Main St UNIT 16, Mesa, AZ 85205
”Food was in general good. I had the smoked pork chop. It tasted like ham. Not what I expected, and since I don’t like ham flavor, I didn’t enjoy as much. Others had the meatball, schnitzel and sauerbraten which could have been a bit more sour. It was liked, just a personal taste. Sides were sauerkraut, red cabbage, and German potato salad. All were good. Live music was found but a bit loud if you are expecting a quieter dinner. Service was friendly and quick.” – Dean Orcatek- Farrel
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