BROTZEIT is a Singaporean-owned German restaurant that aims to promote quality German Beers and Bavarian cuisine in the Asia Pacific Region. Manila is the 10th branch in the world from the time the restaurant first opened in 1996.
“Brot” means “bread” and “zeit” literally translates to “time” in German, so its name means bread time or small meal or snack time, which usually is accompanied by refreshing, good quality beers.
Although it was a bit expensive and some of the dishes got mixed reviews, I did love the draft beers and the sausages. Could this be the start of a German beer/ resto craze in Manila?
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