Located in Vancouver’s Gastown, Bauhaus restaurant specializes in modern German cuisine. The atmosphere is contemporary, airy, and open with exposed brick and concrete walls, high ceilings, wooden floors, large windows, an open kitchen design, and black and white marble tables.
The space features a large colorful “ART” painting by Corey Bulpitt, as well as graffiti adorned bathrooms by Spanish duo Ollie Moonsta.
Owner and German filmmaker Uwe Boll hired award-winning chef Stefan Hartmann to head up the kitchen. The menu boasts dishes featuring light German fare including a veal and tuna tomato; smoked mackerel; gnocchi with ramps and radishes; braised veal with fava beans; goat cheese strudel; veal schnitzel
; spätzle; sauerkraut
; and German meatballs.
Dessert consists of a choice between two dishes that change seasonally such as chocolate bar with chocolate mousse covered with ganache and a very flavorful rhubarb ice cream. Diners can also opt for the six course-tasting menu at $110.For Vancouver dining and travel news, click here.