Went with friends on the weekend to Hahndorf, Australia's oldest surviving German settlement in the heart of the Adelaide Hills. If you are looking for traditional German or popular Australian pub-style food, the German Arms has what you want.
Our friends shared the Beef Baby Back Ribs and they were monstrous in size - eight very large ribs with meat an inch or so thick. Not sure why they are called 'baby' ribs, unless perhaps they came from a woolly mammoth or a dinosaur - pretty certain that these animals are not found in Germany these days, and certainly there are none in Adelaide.
My wife had the roast of the day, roast pork with crackling, and it was tasty and a generous sized portion. I tried the catch of the day which must have been caught as they threw it off the airplane. Barramundi are not a fish found in South Australian waters. The meal was fine, but I should have stuck with the German style food.
As is typically the case when eating out with others, I like the look of what they are having better than what I have ordered. In this instance I saw some very yummy looking wursts, schnitzels and more. If you want the lot, try the German feast for two.
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