Oktoberfest runs 365 days a year here. The cheerful, sometimes raucous, crowds are what you would expect in a place with an oompah band. The menu and level of frivolity are the same at lunch and dinner. Mountains of sauerbraten, bratwurst, chicken or pork schnitzel, German sausage, spaetzle, apple strudel, Bavarian cheesecake, and Black Forest cake await you at the all-you-can-eat buffet. Patrons pound pitchers of all kinds of beer and wine on the long communal tables—even when the yodelers, singers, and dancers aren't egging them on. Prices change seasonally.
Germany Pavilion, Walt Disney World, Florida, 32830, United States
Jun 2, 2008
This is a must eat at restaurant for us. We never miss it. The entertainment - polka music is lots of fun. The atmosphere is like a German tavern and makes you feel like your not in WDW for a little while. The food is delicious, fresh and hot. Something I find to not be true of most buffets. The schnitzel is very good. I recommend the apple strudel with vanilla sauce for dessert. And don't forget the liter of German beer!
Feb 29, 2008
I went to the Biergarten the other day. I liked mainly the pork schnitzel but my drink didn't get to my table until I was half way done with my first serving.