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NEW RESTO ALERT: Wagner Bakery

Wagner German Bakery doesn't just sell delicious breads, they now also offer lunch. Have a bite of their huge serving of Pork Schnitzel and Potato Salad on Mondays. Tuesday lunch special is Schweinebraten or Roasted Pork with potato and bread pudding. A juicy meal of Roasted Half Chicken with Fries are served every Wednesday, while Thursday features Fleischpflanzerl or pork and beef meat patties with homemade mashed potato. And because its Friday, everyone will surely enjoy a meal of Roast Stuffed Pork Belly.


Lunch specials ranges from P390 to P450. Of course, Dining in a German kaffeehaus won't be a complete experience without a mug or two of Paulaner Oktoberfestbier. Half liter costs P290 or 1 liter for P545.

Those in groups can avail of the Fiesta Platter with 2 pieces each of Nurnberger Bratwurst, Chicken Sausage, Weisswurst and a choice of Pork or Chicken Schnitzel with Sauerkraut and potato salad. The platter comes with 3 servings of half liter Paulaner Oktoberfestbier for only P1,800.

You can also order a sausage platter or Wurstplatte that include Nurnberger Bratwurst, Chicken sausage, Weissburst with potato salad and 2 half liter Paulaner Oktoberfestbier for only P870.

If you feel that you can't eat that much, there's the Sausage Appetizer which is a mix of sausage slices- Currywurst, Nurnberger and Chicken that also include a half liter of Paulaner Oktoberfestbier for P480.

And because it is still Oktoberfest, Wagner German Bakery offers some exciting prices for every order of 1 liter beer per receipt. Prices to be won include a 2016 Oktoberfest collectible beer stein with cover, 2016 Oktoberfest collectible beer stein without cover, Wagner German Bakery stone mug, and heart-shaped ginger breads imported from Germany.

Wagner German Bakery is located at Two Central, 109 Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati. Tel- (02) 772-0955.

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