The GOODS from Bauhaus
Vancouver, BC | Bauhaus Restaurant, a high-end German eatery in Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood, rings in the festive season this December with two special menus designed to be shared with family and friends, as well as two celebratory menus on December 24th and December 31st.
Executive Chef Christian Kuehnel has created both a duck and a goose menu for diners to enjoy in December. Traditionally served over the holiday season, both menus require 72 hours advance booking and can be shared between two, four, or more people at $84 per person exclusive of tax, wine pairings and gratuity. Duck and goose menus are three courses with individual starters and desserts in addition to the main event.
On December 24th, Bauhaus will offer a five-course Christmas Eve tasting menu for $95 per person featuring German classic dishes such as Pumpkin Soup with Chicken and Truffle; Duck with Red Cabbage, Cranberries and Dumpling; and Spekulatius with Apple, Milkrice and Cinnamon. On December 30th, Bauhaus will open its doors for a very special New Year’s Eve celebration, complete with champagne toast and five course meal for $120 per person. Reservations are strongly recommend and can be made via Tock or by visiting bauhaus-restaurant.com.
HOLIDAY MENU — DUCK or GOOSE
Beetroot Soup | Eel | Yellow Beets | Pancetta
Beetroot Carpaccio | Blueberries Hazelnuts | Mushroom
Pickled Mussels | Salmon Mousse | Radish | Apple
Whole Roasted Duck to Share | Potato Dumplings | Red Cabbage | Jus
Whole Roasted Goose to Share | Potato Dumplings | Red Cabbage | Jus
Honey Cake | Lemon | Lavender
Chocolate | Mandarin Orange
84/per person | 45 wine pairing
ABOUT BAUHAUS | Bauhaus Restaurant takes pride in serving a menu created with seasonal organic products from local farms and suppliers. The menu designed by Chef Christian Kuehnel features an option to choose from a three – six-course tasting menu.
The restaurant is owned by German-born film director Uwe Boll and was inspired by the early 20th-century German design movement “Bauhaus” translated to “construction house.” The Movement is famous for its unique approach to architecture and design where every form has a function.
Bauhaus is listed as one of the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada, winning “Best European” at the Where Magazine Awards, “Best Romantic” at the Golden Plates and nominated for “Best Upscale” at the Vancouver Magazine Awards. International recognition has grown since listed as a restaurant to watch by The ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ Diner’s Discovery Series. Listed as one of the best German bars and restaurants around the world by CNN and the new global face of German cuisine by Wine Enthusiast, Bauhaus chef Christian Kuehnel recently took home the bronze metal at the Great Canadian Kitchen Party in Vancouver.