Bauhaus is a Vancouver institution in it’s own right. Dare I say a “classy” restaurant serving a mix of both contemporary and traditional European dishes with a German flair. Let me explain for anyone who might say that German food is not really on their radar when it comes to fine dining. Fair enough but Bauhaus has managed, over a considerable length of time, to marry fine dining along with the German dishes you might be expecting.
I was thrilled when contacted by Mireille Sauve of the Wineum Brella, who asked if I’d be interested in tasting some German wines with Romana Eschensperger, a visiting Master of wine, who was in town. Well there aren’t many things that would get me up early to drive into Vancouver, but tasting German wines … Read more
Acclaimed German Chef Lukas Bank has joined the Bauhaus culinary team to work as a sous chef under executive chef Stefan Hartmann. Having Bank in the kitchen will give Hartmann more time to craft unique and complex tasting menus, which have become one of the restaurant’s major lures. “Having someone of his calibre to … Read more
BAUHAUS AND CIOPPINO’S UNITE FOR SPECIAL CULINARY EVENING On January 27th, Bauhaus restaurant is setting the table for a remarkable eight-course dinner prepared by two of Vancouver’s most celebrated chefs. Bauhaus’s own Michelin Star Chef Stefan Hartmann will be joined in the kitchen by award-winning chef Pino Posteraro of Cioppino’s restaurant, for a unique … Read more
Pairing Le Vieux Pin Elegant Wines with Savoury German Cuisine Vancouver’s Bauhaus Restaurant is teaming up with the Okanagan’s Le Vieux Pin for a New World twist on two seminal European culinary cultures. On Tuesday, October 27 2015, Bauhaus will host a five-course dinner. Guests will enjoy premium bottles from Le Vieux Pin, … Read more