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Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown

Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown

Elevated service and innovative cuisine housed in a historic old bank building

Enjoy artfully plated dishes such as the duck confit with dandelion, semolina dumpling, and foie gras.

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.

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Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

1 - 5 of 550 reviews

Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


Bauhaus Delivers Upscale German Food in Vancouver’s Gastown - Recipes

After all the superlatives expected better. Sunday night place was nearly empty, staff ignored our table other than to drop off menus and provide water. After a good 20 minutes we had to flag a waiter (only two other tables occupied) friendly once there and accommodating to tweaks required to individual dishes from the Dine Out menu. dried out/ stale bread provided no butter or oil or dip. Amuse Bouche was tasty fish. Appetizer beet soup was lovely and smooth but the addition of smoked chewy eel not a good addition (had expected a smoked tasty morsel similar to unagi) the risotto was over salted resulting in all flavours, pumpkin etc being overwhelmed. The wine soaked figs gave a momentary respite from the heavily salted risotto
Several others had the Wiener schnitzel which they advised was tough (veal?) one diner requested spaetzle (as this after all a german speciality) instead of potatoes and was disappointed by the bland messy looking accompaniment to her schnitzel The dessert of honey cake was just so so with the base cake overwhelmed by many little bits on top none of which had a particularly good flavour
Service overall lacklustre as we remained ignored in the back corner unless we signalled
Overall a disappointing meal which did not showcase Vancouver dining to our European nor our local Vancouver guests Maybe it was Sunday night or super bowl distraction or dine out. Based on this experience Will not be going back Or recommending

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Uwe Boll's Vancouver restaurant is a great place to find German & Austrian cuisine - the Schnitzel tastes excellent, the restaurant has an elegant flair, the staff is really nice and the host himself is very accomodating. I'll definitely come back!

Excellent food, nice ambiente. I hat the turbot and a friend of mine the Schnitzel. I‘d recommend it to everyone.

Our visit to the Bauhaus Restaurant in Vancouver's Gastown was absolutely delightful. At the edge of the Downtown Eastside, getting to the restaurant from the east could take you through some of Vancouver's roughest neighbourhoods, but from the west, along West Cordova would be much safer.
Once inside the newly renovated restaurant, the décor is pleasantly modern in this spacious venue. We really appreciated the background music being kept at a low level so we could enjoy conversation without having to shout across the table.
Our coats were hung up in a closet and we were quickly seated. The wine list was promptly offered and a plate of yummy sliced whole-grain bread brought to our table along with butter and a dish of olive oil & basalmic vinegar for dipping.
We started with a nicely dressed mixed greens salad with a good sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts. Very refreshing.
My wife ordered the vegetarian Wild Mushroom Bread Dumpling with Brussel Sprouts. It was delicious.
The restaurant's reputation for Wienerschnitzel preceded our visit. My order of schnitzel was huge. easily filling half the plate. with tender pounded veal covered in a crisp deep-fried breading over a huge serving of crispy pan-fried potatoes, and a side of cranberry sauce. This was one hungry-man serving. I, and others at our table, tried, but just couldn't finish the absolutely scrumptious main course. Definitely consider bringing a "doggy container."
Of course, it didn't help to have ordered a yummy communal side bowl of Cheese Spatzle (which our group couldn't finish as well).
WTF! We had to have a sweet finish, and what could be better than a piece of Chocolate Torte and Streudel along with some ice cream!
An amazing meal. Food is generally Continental German cuisine. definitely stick-to-your-ribs, and so well done.
And you'll be blown away with the funkily decorated washrooms. Just don't walk into the mirror at the entrance. LOL!


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