Bauer Farm Kitchen
Pork Chop (Schweine)
18oz House-Aged Heirloom Pork Chop, Fermented Apple, Crispy Brussel Sprout, House Bacon, Brown-Beer Hunter Sauce, Pickled Mustard Seed, Whipped Cabbage
Warm Stone Bread
Blue Oven Sour Rye, Potato Bread, Tuba Swabian Pretzel, Mustard Butter, Urban Steed Quark
16oz 30 Day Dry Aged Bone In Strip Steak, Oxtail Borderlaise, Radish Salad, Herby Frittes
They were a bit slow due to being understaffed but there is a pandemic going around right now. The food was amazing. I had the duck breast medium rare and it was succulent and tender. Mushroom soup and rabbit perogies were the real standouts
Bucket list meal. We had family in town and I ordered the pig head. It was carved and served table side with delicious sides. Along with other ordered items, we enjoyed spectacular bottles of Riesling and Cab Sauv. WE will definitely return.
Food was terrific and service was very friendly. Only negatives were it was a little pricey and the hard surfaces made it somewhat noisy. Nevertheless, we will return.
If you like a good charcuterie board then this is a must visit restaurant! Great fresh farm to table offerings prepared in a unique way. The only thing on the board that I didn't particularly like was the smoked grapes. They were smoked way too long and to the point that all you tasted was smoke. Matthew our waiter was outstanding and delivered the type of service we should all want when dining out. He was around at the right times and made sure we were taken care of. Highly recommend as a unique place to seek out while in Cincinnati.
Food was very good. Hard to choose from all the wonderful items on the menu.
We had an incredible dinner at Baüer! The food was outstanding, the service so friendly, the drinks were good, it was a perfect night out. One of our favorites!
Good was overall very good. I highly recommend the cheese board. Great choices and accoutrements. The pork chop is excellent. The brisket was a poor piece of meat consisting mainly of fat with little good meat, however the sauce and vegetables were quite good. The most disappointing part of the meal was the service. Our overworked waiter could barely keep up with his tables, so dinner took 1 1/2 hours for basic food and we had to flag him down to get drinks. We attempted to order dessert but just gave up.
Bauer Farm Kitchen is a cute spot tucked away from the traditional Cincinnati scene. The food was authentic and fresh, with good flavors. The restaurant was nearly empty while we were there, and our server was very attentive with great recommendations. They have great vegetarian options but really a menu designed for anyone. We'll definitely be back!
The restaurant is hard to find but worth the effort. This is really good German inspired dishes, the Red Cabbage is outstanding. They have small plates and full entrees and they let us mix and match so we got to try many items.
If you want good German food in a quiet and pleasant environment this is the best place in Cincinnati
Great food; professional and welcoming staff. Clear advice on meals and items to share.
The food was good, the drinks were not. We were seated an hour and a half before our dinner arrived. We were charged prices higher than what was listed on the menu and when we asked about the bill the staff argued with us. Our original server fixed the issue, but we will not be back.
Monthly night out to try a new restaurant. We were pleasantly surprised and both loved our food. We will be back!
We had a great time at Bauer farm kitchen. Definitely get the chef's board, it was huge and amazing! We shared small plates - spaetzle, Ratatouille, cauliflower, and sausage, and they were all delicious!
The waiter was awesome. Very informative.
Food was very good. Piergies to die for!
Highly recommend it.
To understand the situation it was Valentine’s Day and they were very busy so it could be a one off situation. We came in and before we could tell the host we had a reservation she told us to sit at the bar. She did not come back over to ask us anything and we had to tell the bartender (who was very nice and understanding) we had a reservation. We ordered an app and wasn’t given plates for it until about 5 mins after the app arrived. We then received our entree an hour after our reservation. The food overall was good. We ordered a steak but wasn’t asked how we wanted it done which I thought was strange. Was not how I wanted to celebrate the holiday and was overall pretty disappointed.
We made a reservation for two at 7:15, for Valentine’s Day, a few weeks in advance. We were running about 5-7 minutes late but we called just prior to our reservation time to let them know. The hostess said it wasn’t a problem. When we arrived at the hostess stand, the hostess was about to take another couple to their table. She said to us, “welcome, I’m going to seat this group and I’ll be right back to seat you at the bar while you wait.” I responded assuming she thought we were a walk-in, “oh, we have a reservation for 7:15.” Her response was, “oh I know we don’t have any available tables.” She walked away. At 7:35, the hostess came back to the bar and had us cash out so we could be seated then she walked away to seat another couple. We waited for 15 minutes before she came back to seat us. Fortunately, the food was very good and our server was attentive.
The service here is fantastic and the atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming. I'm not a big fan of German food, but the dishes we tried were terrific--schnitzel, spaetzle, pierogies and black forest cake were all terrific and I'd highly recommend. On the other hand, unless you like pickled things, the charcuterie board was a pass. It very well could be that this is authentic German food, which in that case go for it. But if you're like me and don't quite like pickled everything (a lot of different vegetables) with some meats, then you should pass or go for a cheese board instead :) I'll be back for sure.
Outstanding food and service as always at Bauer. Amazing charcuterie board! A well-deserved top 10 restaurant ranking for Cincinnati.
Amazing food and great service, went on Valentine’s Day.
We enjoyed our food however our waiter was inattentive and appeared overwhelmed. He was slow to get us to serve us and once our food was brought to table he never came to check on us or see if we were finished. We sat at the table for 25 minutes after we were done eating before we had to hail him to get our bill. I know this can be improved on.
We read the reviews before dining here. We were expecting better tasting food. We like to explore different cuisines and flavors and we were a bit disappointed. The food was good not great. For the high cost and very small portions, we will not be back. The picture here is the chef’s board that we got as an appetizer. The cheese and meat portions on the board were tiny. Everything else was pickled (we like pickled -but not everything). The server was attentive and pleasant.
If you like German food, this is the place for you. Our meals were good but nothing was unexpectedly delicious.
I had not been here before but had heard good things about it. It’s hard to imagine in a city with so many Germans that there hasn’t really been a good German restaurant until now. There were so many interesting and appealing things on the menu, that I will certainly be returning to try some more. The food was delicious and the service was very good. In terms of decor, generally they have done a very good job with the space. I wish however they would ditch all those ditzy little collections of countrified objects that seem to be littering every corner available.
Went after a function at the convention center. Dinner and dessert were excellent. As well as the beer selection. Plan on returning soon. Best part? We didn’t need to scream to have a conversation.
First time dining here. Our server--Tamisha I believe--was wonderful. Calmly explained offerings and/or answered questions. She was also very busy with s few large tables and several parties of two. She remained unruffled throughout :)
We shared a bread boat, pickle board, and sauerkraut balls (not my favorite part of the meals--not an Oktoberfest recipe). I had the pork stroganoff which was delicious--the sauce is so good. My husband had the salmon and like his as well.
This will be one of my new favorite places to go. It is decorated very stylish - the food is delicious - the service is great!
We always enjoy our meals here! The goulash is fantastic! A little off the beaten path but worth it. The service is slow sometimes so be prepared for a slow moving but tasty meal!
Most interesting menu, perfect portions, with great complimentary side pairings. All four of us tried a different entree and all were pleased. Staff was authentic in there understanding of the menu.
Not all the hype - I was very excited to take my fiancé here for his birthday because he loves German food. We ordered the sauer kraut balls, stroganoff (both were fantastic), the pork chop and mixed German plate for entrees. Our appetizers were fantastic, but our entrees were just OK. Our cocktails were also just OK. The service was very nice and the rooms were quiet. I was disappointed in the decor, some items seemed a little cheesy for a $30 entree type of restaurant. Overall, I would say it was a good experience. However, I felt the ambiance and value were lacking. Let me make this clear— I would go back if invited, but I wouldn’t tell anyone to run downtown to try this place.
Excellent, original, attractive presentation, great service!
Excellent menu with unique and delicious vegetarian entrees, as well. You can't miss with Bauer Farm Kitchen; lots of variety to choose from, reasonable prices, excellent beverage list...Great Place!
Great hidden gem in my book. Lots of interesting out of the ordinary dishes. Was a very nice experience!
Excellent food and service. Servers were knowledgeable and approachable.
Only bad thing was finding it.
Not impressed. This restaurant is all over the place. I think they have a good idea but the execution is lacking. German themed, farm to table with literal wheat on the walls. We ordered the sauerkraut balls as a small plate app and were shocked to see the presentation. It was decidedly phallic. The taste was bland, like someone had made hushpuppies and passed them by a can of kraut on the way to the fryer. The stone ground mustard was a nice touch, but tasted just like the inglehoffer brand from the grocery. I ordered steak frites, medium rare. I got steak well done. One friend ordered soup and salad. The salad was literally entire pieces of bibb lettuce with rolled up prosciutto. The mushroom bisque was cold. The restaurant brought out the completely wrong dish for my other tablemate. I do appreciate that they took this meal off the bill but it was awkward to eat while not everyone had been served. Sigh. A lackluster meal.
The food was good and the service was very nice. The only problem is that parking the car is a challenge. We needed to park far away due to the event parking of fee of $20. it was raining and storming and walking from the restaurant to the car was unpleasant.
You better believe there IS a great German restaurant in downtown Cincinnati: BAUER FARM KITCHEN.
They forgot my husband’s soup but the chef was very nice to send out something else for the table. We did appreciate that. All our food was delicious.
We really enjoyed our New Years Eve dinner / tradition at Bauer. Outstanding food and excellent service.
Bauer Farm Kitchen offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (513) 621-8555.
Bauer Farm Kitchen is rated 4.4 stars by 694 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.