We wanted to settle for a nice German meal, enjoying some comfort food.
Unfortunately you can see and taste that the food is done without passion. Certainly not what I would have expected from a Paulaner Brauhaus.
The potatoes we had to the Schnitzel haven't been fried enough and were missing some salt and pepper.
But worst was the "Classic" flame bread which was served with Sauerkraut instead of sourcreme. First we thought they mixed up the orders, but have been told then that this is the way the "Classic" Flame bread is done. Being from Germany I could certainly tell that this is not right. The kitchen wasn't willing or able to prepare another one without Sauerkraut. Instead the Chef tried to give us a lecture on his menu writing and the expectations to a German restaurant in Asia. I life since 10 years in Bangkok and have had some of the best classic German food there, so I rather saw this as a lame excuse.
In conclusion a very disappointing experience as we were missing the passion and service mind of the Chef, which unfortunately couldn't been made up for by a very hard trying service team.
Would not go there again.