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We stopped here on a beer tour of Regensburg. They only brew two different types of wheat beer, a light and dark, and don't bottle any of it. You can get it in a glass here, or take it home in a growler. It's the...More
Date of visit: November 2017
Thank Dennis M
SR-Weissbierhaus, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at 1. Straubinger Weissbierhaus, responded to this reviewResponded August 29, 2018
Thank you very much for visiting us in Straubing. We hope you had a nice stay and will come back, if you are in town.
So the new owner has been in charge for a week now and this remains my “local” in Straubing. A few subtle changes to the deco, but this remains one of the best places to go to in Straubing. Whether for a few beers or...More
Amazing Bavarian atmosphere, good local beers and dishes - oh what a pork knuckle - good service.
Situated in the middle of the historic townscape.
Now "Weissbierhaus" will be shut down soon - we are very sorry for this .
Me and my partner visited Weissbierhaus and didn't even try the food. The waitresses didn't have clew what and who ordered what. We had one beer and after 25 min waiting to order food we decided to go. ( I've seen another people leave too)....More
The Fest bier was very good and the pork knuckle as good as I have had.
Very traditional bar, bit old fashioned but good atmosphere with some interesting characters.
Good range of local beers. As I have said, the Fest bier is worth trying if...More
We had lunch in the Outdoor terrace that gives you a beautiful view of the area. Food was perfect, Bavarian style, and service was fast and very kind. I recommend the place for a Bavarian meal in the city center.
Try the daily card for specials which are not normally available. The weissbier is from the local brewery, but other beers are available.
I like pommes, (chips) and somehow most German restaurants always have small thin ones which are often already salted.