Food & Drinks


At Oktoberfest in the Gardens you’ll be tantalized by menus filled with a long list of German favourites. Although still being finalised, you can expect;

  • German Bratwurst varieties, Kranski and Curry Wurst with sauerkraut.
  • Pork knuckles (hocks)
  • Roast pork rolls off the spit
  • German chevaps
  • Bavarian meatloaf
  • Wood fired flammkuchen
  • Roasted chicken
  • Pulled pork and beef sliders
  • Braised meat rolls
  • Reuben sandwich and other gourmet toasted sandiwches
  • Pomme frites, chips & potato salad
  • Fondue cheese
  • Laugenbrezel (pretzels)
  • Crepes
  • Gingerbread hearts
  • German pastries and cakes
  • Frozen yogurts

In 2016 we are working with the following local caterers and food vans;

  • OktoberFeast
  • Andy’s Bratwurst Hut
  • Braised Bros
  • Bavarian Bakehouse
  • Al Aleman Loco
  • The Melt Hub
  • Raclette Fondue
  • Little Home Bakery
  • What the Flip
  • Pash Frozen Yogurt



Thanks to the world’s oldest brewery and major event partner, Weihenstephan (pronounced vine-stheff-arn), we’ve got a huge range of imported beer, cider and other beverages available for purchase at Oktoberfest in the Gardens. This includes three of the worlds finest Märzen, the traditional Oktoberfest bier that is made by only 6 licensed breweries in Germany.

The beverage menu is shaping up something like this;

  • Weihenstephan Pilsner
  • Weihenstephan Hefe
  • Weihenstephan Kristal
  • Hofbrau Oktoberfestbier
  • Hofbrau Original Lager
  • Hofbrau Dunkl
  • Paulaner Original Lager
  • Paulaner Pilsner
  • Tucher Oktoberfestbier
  • Erdinger Hefe
  • Hundehaus Original Lager
  • Hundehaus Premium Pilsner
  • Weidmann Pilsner
  • Somersby Apple & Pear Cider
  • Deep Woods Wines (SSB, Rose & Cab Shiraz)
  • Henkell German Sparkling
  • Peach & Apple Schnapps
  • Finlandia Vodka + Soda/Lemonade/Redbull
  • Jack Daniels + Coke
  • Sailor Jerry Rum + Coke
  • Gordons Gin + Tonic
  • Water + Soft Drinks