My grandmother recently moved into a low level residential aged care facility in Bexley, and I took the opportunity to visit the nearby German Butchery after seeing her.
I had actually intended to buy some kind of German sausage for home, but overwhelmed by the wide selection of unfamiliar choices, I chose a Leberkaise roll ($6.95) with mustard and tomato served within a pretzel to have at the deli. They had run out of regular bread by the time of afternoon that I visited, and I paid a small $1.50 surcharge for it to be pretzefied.
The German meatloaf filling was juicy and peppery, though too salty for my taste. The pretzel was warm and very bagel-like in my unqualified opinion, and ultimately this was a affordable and unusual snack for my Asian-oriented palate.
German Butchery Deli & Café
1/2-6 Sarsfield Cct, Bexley North NSW 2207
(02) 9150 6402