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Had the 6 course tasting menu, loved every course!
Bauhaus was recommended to us as an alternative to the high quality of Nightingale. It absolutely was not on par on every level. One of my worst dining experiences in Vancouver. Just the utmost lack of care in every regard. Drinks took 20min to make and it wasn’t very busy. Still took 20m when we only ordered beers. The food was boring and without flavour. Our server was high. Fidgety, couldn’t look us in the eye and mumbling incoherent stories. We barely saw her throughout the night. As we were leaving we saw her smoking outside so maybe that’s where she was hanging out.
I don’t understand how this place is still in business. Even the interior was dated and boring. I eat out constantly and this is my first time ever reviewing a restaurant as I’ve never felt the need. The restaurant industry in Vancouver has so many gems. Go to Anne Lene, Labbatoir or Minami! Don’t eat here. Pretty much everywhere is better.
On our recent visit we missed the charming host, Uwe Boll, who had taken a well deserved night off.
Had the tasting menu which was delicious and included new flavours I had not tried together. Great atmosphere and good cocktails available.
Highly recommend, one of the best restaurant meals we have had in recent memory. The halibut was cooked perfectly, and the menu is inventive but familiar. I would go back just for a side of the cheese spätzle.
Just amazing ! THe owner of the restaurant was there and came by multiple times to see how we were doing and give suggestions.
AMAZING restaurant with an insanely long wine list. The food was incredible. The owner even came to ask us how the food was. Unbelievable service and would highly recommend you check it out.
Every course was well presented with great flavors. The wine pairings were creative and enhanced the courses. Highly recommended!
We had the Tasting menu with wine pairings. Absolutely amazing food and the service was impeccable.
Weinstein Schnitzel was good as were the other “comfort food” options. Preparation was good. HOWEVER was put off by the exorbitant wine prices. limited selection in the 60 to 80 range. The rest all -$100 and above. Making the dinner overpriced for what you get.
Very pleased with the evening, food, service and atmosphere were excellent. Highly recommended. Will be coming back on next trip to Vancouver.
Enjoyed the tasting menu with our German friends. The wine pairing were very interesting and complimented the delicious food extremely well. I tried beef tongue for the first time and was pleasantly surprised. The presentation was beautiful. While this is not a cheap night out, it was an experience that went beyond just great food and professional service. Would highly recommend Bauhaus for a special night out with friends.
Paired wine with incredible food plates. Beyond anything we have ever had before. Pricey but so worth it!
It was absolutely amazing. Expensive but worth every penny.
Great german comfort food with a modern twist and fantastic service!
Lo mejor el menú degustación EXCELENTE
Un poco lento el servicio de cocina , pero al llegar los platos a la mesa , cada minuto de espera vale la pena .
Mientras esperábamos probamos su mixología
Su bartender es MUY BUENA .
Great location and ambiente. As appetizers we had the smoked steelhead, the aged Parmesan and some bread. All really delicious and beautifully put on the plate. The bread was amazing German break. As main course we had the Wiener Schnitzel, a side of cheese spätzle and the quinoa cannelloni. Again authentic German, cretive and really good Quality! The owner came several times to check in with us and we had a great service as well! Definitely recommendable!
Bauhaus never ceases to delight and please the palate. Fresh, inventive cuisine where you can taste the layers of individual flavours and marvel at how the chefs imagined to combine them! We thoroughly enjoyed the 4 course tasting menu. The onsen egg was truly sensual experience! The excellently prepared beef tongue was slightly crusted and carmelized and served in combination with a medium rare steak. Presentation was pleasing and not overdone. Allen's service was friendly and impeccable as always. Even though the noise level was more "energetic" than we usually like (as oldsters), we could still enjoy our conversation. We'll be back with our most discerning friends!
The food was good, but not at the caliber that it should for that price point. The beer selection appalling (this whole BC liquor store excuse doesn't cut it as I have seen cases at my local Burnaby store of paulaner and schneiderweiss). Food was good (apparently the sole was bland) we had the schnitzel and although I didn't like the German potato salad rendition, it was a good stand alone dish. desert for 50% of the table was great (I did mention how bland mine was...) and on the way home my hubby needed to make an emergency stop for a bathroom...... So it was not bad BUT not good either.
The food is amazing - the service is friendly and attentive - I have never had a bad meal at Bauhaus. Very vibrant atmosphere.
Fantastic food. Great service. Uwe was super nice and friendly to us.
Compliments all around.
Great time there. Good food. Good service
Always a great dinning experience! Food is perfect servers were pro.
Atmosphere and attention to detail that few can match. Food outta sight. Warmly greeted by proprietor.
Artful presentation of bits of food for each course.
Didn’t expect the food to be this good or this light.
Will go back definitely
The place was hopping but it was very noisy with loud music to boot so it was very difficult to speak to my dinner partner. It is not a relaxing place to enjoy fine dining, although the service and food was very good. For the high price point, I would hope to get a more quiet and relaxing dining experience. This was a gobble and go
It was a year since I took a big group of people to Bauhaus Restaurant and we had a wonderful evening. This time was a complete disappointment The food was really poor. We had the rouladen which were dried out and bland. Our waiter was attentive but not outstanding and we really were disappointed with the whole experience. What happened did the chef change?
Overall really a nice place. The staff were great: friendly, professional . The salad ordered was terrific, how ever the main of Roulade would not be something I would recommend to others nor re-order. The Brussels we quite good but the Meat was rather dry and very dense, and frankly not as good as compared to many other occasions of having this dish in comparable level of restaurants in Europe/Germany. The sauce was flavorful, but I wasn't too amour ed with the bread pudding...
Our location/table was unfortunately the freeway median to the bathrooms, so tip to others is to request to stay towards the street (or Bar) at the restaurant for more pleasant location. definitely avoid the tables near the the area of the old safe in the wall.
We both enjoyed the restaurant, and while the food was not fully what we had set our expectations to with this one menu entree, we both felt we would certainly return and explore the many exciting dishes listed, and certainly would recommend them to others visiting
The tasting menu was phenomenal! Easily accommodated a good allergy. Every dish was complex without being overly fussy. Service was personal and attentive. Sleek but intimate ambiance. Made for a perfect celebratory date night!
This is my favourite restaurant!! The food is amazing and the service is excellent.
Great experience, as usual.
Friendly, efficient and knowledgeable service.
We had the snitzel which was the best I've ever tasted. Light, crisp coating.
Magical! That one word captures our four-hour dining experience with the six-course tasting menu and wine pairings at Bauhaus Restaurant last weekend.
And as with any great magic show, my wife and I were left wondering afterwards: How did they do that?!?
We actually arrived without any real expectations ... even a little dubious of eating 'German' food again having grown up with many of the staple dishes found on the menu.
But the closest we came to any 'traditional' foods was the amazing bread - baked just up the street - which took us back to our Großmütters' kitchens.
From there, the evening was an intimate journey into the food courses and wine pairings. Each dish was fully introduced, along with the rationale for its paired alcoholic accompaniment.
GM Daniel Klintworth explained that Bauhaus used to play it safer with stereotypical pairings that would 'work' but decided to stretch their customers' palates by introducing them to wines they would not likely ever purchase, or often be able to buy in our BC liquor stores. (He even graciously toured me through their wine cellar to note some of the unique bottles in their collection).
It's a winning strategy ... not aiming for perfection but delivering a unique 'marriage' of food and wine that can't be duplicated anywhere else. As a result, we enjoyed a trip around the world with bottles from Uruguay, Hungary, Spain, Canada, Germany, and Italy.
Besides amazing dishes, service was impeccable. Even owner Uwe Boll was attentive but never intrusive. For some diners, he received a simple nod to his inquiries about their dining experience that evening; for others, like us, he was happy to engage in deeper conversation (and share some amazing grappa - thank you).
Every dining experience comes with its inherent 'risks' and rewards. I can't guarantee the same experience for others. I'm not even sure we'll ever recapture that same magic ... but for at least one evening at the Bauhaus, it was truly "magisch!"
We ordered the duck and short ribs. Also the Weiner schnitzel, as well as the apple dessert. They were all good and my favorite was the dessert! The washroom decor is kinda funky, diff than what I would expect for a fine dining restaurant.
We had a wonderful evening with delicious German food and superb wine. Thank you Daniel for spending the time to enlighten us on German Riesling. Thank you Uwe for talking about your vision. I had Wiener Schnitzel with warm potatoe salad and a side of cheese Spaetzle ( just like my Mom used to make) my husband had Sauerbraten. We also had the makrel appetizer. We had a bottle of Robert Weil Riesling GG that was absolutely wonderful. Everything was incredible tasty and the presentation was very nice. Not surprised that they are named one of the Best restaurants in Canada. Wish they would open a second location in Kelowna rather than Toronto. We will be back
The food is inventive, with great flavour combinations & excellent presentation. There is also a lot of it. You will not leave hungry!
The service is exceptional. Everyone from table bussers to the owner is simultaneously attentive and unobtrusive.
The decor is stylish, minimalist, modern, but visually appealing. The ambiance is lively, but not noisy. You can have a conversation without having to raise your voice.
Excellent beer & wine choices. Next time I’ll test the cocktail menu, too.
We will go back!
We came to Bauhaus for dinner to celebrate my partner's birthday and absolutely loved it! We ordered the four course tasting menu and it was perfect from the start to the end. My favourite dish was the Onsen Egg; it was well-seasoned and hearty. The service was great and the staff were patient given that I know very little about wine selection. Overall, it was a great experience and we look forward to many good ones to come!