As the nation celebrates England reaching its first World Cup semi-final since 1990, Bierkeller Entertainment Complex is marking the moment with the launch of its new summer food and drink menu for fans to savour in celebration of the team’s success.
Visitors to Manchester’s Bierkeller Entertainment Complex can tuck into a varied menu of German and world classics – from sharing platters and starters, to hearty mains and delicious desserts.
It’s food to make the mouth water, with Bavarian-inspired hot dogs such as the traditional bratwurst as well as halloumi schnitzel, steaks, ribs and wings from the grill.
Those looking to chow down during the game can also enjoy a variety of burgers (including vegetarian and vegan options) as well as sides and starters including nachos, tempura prawns and garlic bread.
Those looking for something lighter can build their own salad with additional extras such as seasonal veg, grilled chicken and halloumi.
If you’re still feeling hungry afterwards, tuck into a sweet dessert with options including a chocolate brownie with ice cream, chocolate fudge cake and traditional apple strudel.
Drinks include on-tap and bottled beers from across the globe, plus a selection of wines and champagne, spirits and fruity stein cocktails.
Bierkeller is also offering fans the chance to enjoy a pint of Yorkshire Brewery Beer Monkey’s special World Cup beer, Three Monkeys, for just £2.50 throughout the remaining games of the tournament, including England’s crucial semi-final match with Croatia on Wednesday evening.
A Bierkeller spokesperson tells us: “Our new menu takes inspiration from across the globe – including our Bavarian roots. Team the new delicious food with a fit-to-bursting drinks offering which includes our limited-edition Three Monkeys beer, and you have a recipe for success for fans wanting to enjoy the action – especially for England’s game with Croatia on Wednesday!”
Customers can watch all the action from the World Cup live on 20+ HD flat screen TVs as well as HD LED TV walls.
Those keen to guarantee the best seats in the house for the remaining World Cup games are advised to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
A range of packages are available, guaranteeing a great discount on food and drink, and booking in advance ensures waited service so that fans can watch every pass, goal and dodgy decision without queueing at the bar.