Prepare to get aroused, Rouse Hill, when The Bavarian swings open their doors to family-friendly dining, unique Bavarian food and beers, sports-centric entertainment, and 500 free hot dogs!

On Monday 14 May, The Bavarian will share it’s Germanic cuisine to the world of Rouse Hill, with 350 spots to plant your toosh, including outdoor seating for 30, in a fast-casual/counter-service combination.

Bright motifs and artwork stretch along the walls, and are complemented by rustic elements reflecting the restaurant’s true Bavarian heritage, including stone feature walls, alpine timber finishes and beer barrel tables.

As for sports enthusiasts, several large-screen TVs promise a non-stop stream of live sports games.

The Bavarian’s unique Stein Chandelier. Image: Supplied

A spacious, central bar offers counter dining and features the group’s signature stein chandelier. Guests can pull up a stool, select a beer and appreciate the distinctive Bavarian experience of drinking from an impressive 1-litre glass stein.

Speaking of drinking, beer enthusiasts will drool over their unique range, with 17 beers on tap, including imported favourites Löwenbräu, Franziskaner, Stiegl and Hofbräu and a large range of local craft beers supplied by Urban Craft Brewing Co.

Beer taps at The Bavarian. Image: Supplied

As for those who love a good special, The Bavarian brings some of the best daily deals to Greater Western Sydney, which are available Monday to Thursday, from 6pm.

Guests can try to beat their personal best every Monday with the legendary All You Can Eat Meat Platter ($39 pp), which is refilled with sausages, pork belly, schnitzels and more. On Tuesdays its $20 Schnitz Blitz, which combines a schnitzel and 300ml beer. Wednesdays celebrate hump day with a $20 sausage and beer, and Thursdays are 2-for-1 cocktails – the perfect pit-stop on those late-night shopping sprees.

Also, between 11am and 4pm Monday to Thursday, a $15 lunch special combines an über schnitzel with a 300ml beer, and Happy Hour runs from 4pm to 7pm daily with $5 beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and $1 chicken wings.

As for Sunday, children under 12 years old eat free from the kids’ menu, with face painting, entertainment and other kids’ activities also available to create a fabulous family day out.

Loaded schnitzel range valued at $29 each. Image: Supplied

The Bavarians’ new range of “loaded schnitzels” at $29 each are worth every penny, with the Mexican Schnitty generously topped with corn chips, chilli con carne, Jack cheese, guacamole and sour cream; The Australian Schnitty loaded with Cheddar cheese, bacon and egg; and The American Schnitty bursting with bacon, maple and waffle.

Hawaiian and Canadian loaded schnitties are also available.

The diverse menu offers something for everyone, including hearty Bavarian favourites such as the famous crispy pork knuckle, crackling pork belly, a range of classic German and gourmet sausages, generous shared platters, and an assortment of schnitzels, including The Schnitzelmeister that weighs in at a whopping 1kg.

There’s also the daily epic sports feast ($140 for 4 people), which includes a 2-litre beer tower, giant pretzels, rack of ribs, a whole Bavarian roast chicken, ½ kilogram of chicken wings and sausages.

And if you’re not feeling overly peckish, a range of lighter bites are available, including salted pretzels, chicken wings, haus-made pickles and dips, spicy squid and healthy build-your-own salads and wraps.

The Bavarian Rouse Hill opens at 11am on Monday 14 May at Town Centre shopping precinct, with 500 free hot dogs distributed from midday. Visit for more details and to make a booking.

And, for a final note, this new establishment has created forty full-time and casual positions.