Paulaner Wirtshaus Macau is nestled in Taipa Village in a beautiful three-story house, just steps away from Pak Tai Temple. With clean, modern interiors, this German restaurant boasts a laid-back vibe and perfectly embodies a Munich beer house. On top of its premium location, it features two terraces. One of these overlooks Galaxy Macau and is the best place to host a large group for any kind of celebration.
Established by friars in 1634, Paulaner is a German brand specialized in brewing techniques. Paulaner Wirtshaus Macau offers guests a selection of unique freshly tapped signature beers and further beverages like soft drinks, wines, spirits, cocktails, and mocktails.
One of a kind within the city’s dining scene, Paulaner Wirtshaus Macau presents the best of Bavarian gastronomy, focusing on large dishes meant to be shared. The culinary team, led by Chef Cristiano da Silva, beautifully prepares well-loved German fare. Signature dishes include “weisswurst” Munich style (white sausage), spicy lamb sausage, roasted whole pork knuckle, chicken schnitzel, “bräuhaus” Goulash soup, roast chicken Oktoberfest style, and many more.
If you are visiting with family or friends, consider going for the Paulaner “brotzeit” platter (a board of cheese, cold cuts, and dips) or a sumptuous Paulaner “bauhaus” platter. It includes pork knuckle, pork schnitzel, half roasted chicken “Oktoberfest style”, nürnberger and spicy lamb sausage, meatloaf, potato dumplings, “sauerkraut”, mashed potatoes, and a side of Paulaner sauce, medium spicy mustard, and cranberry sauce. In case you are new to this cuisine, it is a great way to try several Bavarian specialties at once.
Paulaner Wirtshaus Macau is a great spot to experience a different culture through dining, while in a beautiful setting. In addition, live music takes place on the first floor from Thursdays to Mondays between 7:30pm and 10:30pm.
The restaurant is child-friendly, but guests should note that access to the first and second floors is through the staircase.
Opening hours: Monday–Sunday, 12:00pm–12:00am