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Mia's Bavarian Platter: pork knuckle, mixed sausages, Leberkase, chicken schnitzel, creamy mash potato, sauerkraut, garden salad and chips.
When a ravenous hunger takes hold, that only a German sized meal can satisfy, make your way along Gerrale Street to find Mia’s Cronulla German Beer Hall. This hole-in-a-wall style eatery resembles an atmosphere straight from Oktoberfest itself, with long communal timber tables set in a dining hall with an open air bar, checkered tablecloths, a high roof and exposed brick walls. Passionate German owner John, has created a menu offering the most beloved dishes from his motherland to be enjoyed in this energetic space; start with Bretzeln – smoky salted German bread with butter or a Kransky hotdog before moving onto mains like the Schweinshaxe – pork knuckle served with creamy mash potato and sauerkraut washed down with a litre of Arcobräu Zwickelbier or a beer tasting paddle of 5 middies.
2/45 Gerrale St, Cronulla 2230 NSW - See Map
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Seats: 100 Chef: Nathan