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by Irenke Forsyth (subscribe)
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Published April 7th 2014
Update March 22nd 2019
This venue is permanently closed.

Celebrate Oktoberfest every month in Western Sydney
A few weeks ago I had lunch with my family at the German-Austrian Club in Cabramatta to celebrate some birthdays with some imported German beer and authentic European cuisine.

The food was fantastic and very filling. An entrée of spicy Goulash soup with Langos (Hungarian garlic bread) was the best I have tasted and close to what my mother used to cook. This would have been enough, although I had already ordered a main dish.

Hungarian Goulash soup
Spicy goulash soup at the German-Austrian Club

All our meals were fantastic, from the schnitzel to the meatloaf, pork knuckle and sauerkraut. None of us could fit in dessert, unfortunately, as the pancakes and apple strudel sounded enticing.

My son ordered the gypsy plate, which was stacked so high with food that our jaws dropped when it was brought out.

Gypsy plate German Austrian club
The Mixed Gypsy plate my son had to tackle

There are multiple restaurants at this club, including a beer hall (auditorium) that has been used for multiple events and Oktoberfests, the Black Forest restaurant, the Lufthansa Lounge, and outdoor dining. The whole club has a great atmosphere with some unique items hanging from the ceilings, as well as lots of paintings, beer steins and all things German/Austrian.

horses German craftmanship
German craftmanship hangs from the ceiling

Traditional German music played in the background whilst we dined outdoors. We loved this place and are definitely going back.

You can celebrate Oktoberfest all year round here. On the last Sunday of each month they have a night with bands playing feel good music and folk dancing in traditional costumes that make you want to get up and dance along. Beautiful beer steins are available to take home.

So get in the spirit, perhaps with an Apple Scnapps or two, and enjoy this special club with these friendly people.

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Why? For great food and entertainment
When: Thursdays to Saturdays for dinner and Sundays for lunch and dinner
Phone: (02) 9728-7724
Where: 73-75 Curtin Street, Cabramatta
Cost: Depends on what you order
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