Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub - German Type Restaurant in Myrtle Beach with 53 reviews

Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub

German Restaurant in Myrtle Beach

 
Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Rated: 4.2 out of 5 with 53 Reviews

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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
407 8th Ave. North
Myrtle Beach
843-448-1310
Hours: N/A
There are currently 53 user submitted reviews for this restaurant.

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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Feb 09th, 2014 at 9:22 pm
From: Brookville, PA
By: isa


Avg. Rating:4.3
Excellent weiner snitzle was excellent and the rest of the dinner very good. The owners were very friendly and gracious! Good German beer on tap - great find!
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Aug 08th, 2013 at 9:23 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: clc


Avg. Rating:4.8
Awesome food and excellent service. Can not wait to go back.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Mar 15th, 2013 at 1:30 pm
From: Sandy Creek, NY
By: pc


Avg. Rating:3
The restaurant was disgusting and should have been demolished years ago. My meal of meatloaf was awful and tasted like it had been sitting in the refrigerator for a week. The mushrooms on it were canned and so was the gravy. The bathroom was so dirty that I was afraid to touch anything and just left. I would not recommend this place to anyone and will never eat there again.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Aug 12th, 2012 at 9:38 pm
From: martinsville, VA
By: c m k


Avg. Rating:4.3
I came here after 10:00 and they stopped serving food at 9:00 . I was dissapointed i couldnt eat but this place was hardcore german pub roots. I was in heaven . The spaten on tap was awesome and he also gave me a few for free. I will be coming back asap. Kick ass place ..... id drink there anytime.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Jul 09th, 2012 at 10:13 pm
From: Birmingham, AL
By: bac


Avg. Rating:4.7
Delightfully quirky atmosphere and equally quirky service from Axel; one of the owners. Simply great German food. You are in for a real treat. Save room for desserts.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Dec 16th, 2011 at 2:56 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: jjl


Avg. Rating:4.7
We love the food here. Its a strange place in side but it really grows on you after you are there for a while. Don't let it fool you. The food is so good. No other place makes slip pea soup litk bodo.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Sep 13th, 2011 at 2:34 pm
From: Rocky Mount, NC
By: bh


Avg. Rating:1
They opened at 5pm for dinner and we got there at 8pm and they said they were out of food!!!! Not even schnitzel!!! But tonight we are going to Horst Gasthaus where they have food and we know its good!!!
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Aug 24th, 2011 at 5:46 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: jb


Avg. Rating:3.2
The worst excuse for German Wienerschneitzel I have ever tasted. I am part German heritage and I also served in the U.S. Army in Germany. I have eaten Wienerschneitzel in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. If BODO's wishes to call this authentic German cuisine, then in my opinion they should go back to Germany and learn to do it correctly. Restaurant was almost empty--probably because most locals know better than to eat here. I will not return here nor will I recommend it to anyone.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Jul 25th, 2011 at 7:44 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: mb


Avg. Rating:3.7
This restaurant is not for everyone. If you are expecting European white linen tablecloth - this is not the One. Very old, outdated building. This is not the place with murals on the walls. You will find some pictures, postcards and old newspapers taped to the walls over 20 year period. I travel to UK, France and other European countries a lot and kinds of know their cuisine. The Potato Latkes are A MUST! They are just like my Mom makes it! Only sooo much Bigger in Size. YUM. The rest of the food was good, can't say Excellent though. I felt that my marinated beef was cooked days ago and was just heated before served. Same for Goulash. The check was over $100 for a family of 4. And watch out for Gratuities that were ALREADY included in your check at 18% !!! This is NOT London or Paris, Dear Owners. So I really didn't appreciate it! Considering that there's not too many authentic West European places here - you might go there again. But they would not withstand the competition, if there was one here in Myrtle Beach.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Jun 20th, 2011 at 4:15 pm
From: Jacksonville, NC
By: cm


Avg. Rating:3.5
My wife and I visited this restaurant for the first time on Saturday. My wife was excited, being of German decent, to experience some German cuisine. The food was good, very few people (two other tables occupied). The absolute worst service I've received in a dining experience. The bartender was also taking orders and serving, everything (drinks, orders, food delivery, getting check) took way, way too long. I didn't even wait to pay the waitress (bartender), I walked up to the bar. To add insult to injury, a mandatory 18% gratuity added to the check! Never again. The first and last time we will visit this establishment.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: May 29th, 2011 at 9:01 am
From: Fort Mill, SC
By: km


Avg. Rating:4.8
My husband & I, along with 2 friends, dined at Bodo's last week, 5/23/11. We loved the wonderful collection of memorabilia that decorated every inch of space. There was so much to look at- a feast for the eyes! We had veal schnitzel, bratwurst, sauerbraten, and weiswurst, along with the warm pumpernickel bread. All were excellent. We also had their piece de resistance- the potato pancakes. They simply could not have been better. Each of us has dined at fine German restaurants in NY, as well as in Germany, and we all felt Bodo's is at the top. We enjoyed talking with Bodo, himself, after our meal. Our conversation revolved around his finding an apprentice to carry on the wonderful art of German cooking he has perfected. Hopefully, he will find that person soon. We can hardly wait to go back!
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: May 24th, 2011 at 11:33 pm
From: Pinehurst, NC
By: rm


Avg. Rating:5
The food was excellent and the attention from the family was perfect. Bar none the finest potato pancakes I have ever tasted. The spaetzle was delicate and delicious. Home made red cabbage, not too sweet, not too sour, as my son said. "you can taste the cabbage properly." Sauerbraten that couldn't have been any more tender and still been sliceable was the centerpiece in a wonderful gravy, different from any other I have tasted and delicious. If you like German food or have never eaten it and would like to try it, this is the perfect place for you. If you're discerning enough to eschew the chains, avoid the tourist traps and delight in finding the hidden gems, here is the perfect place for you. The quirky, unique decorations are full of neat surprises, and the comment books one per table are filled with the rave reviews of past patrons. Oh by the way, if you don't try the strudel, with freshly whipped cream at the end you are doing yourself a serious disservice.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: May 24th, 2011 at 2:40 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: rs


Avg. Rating:2
Sausage served raw and when we asked for it to be cooked more we were told that is suppose to be "raw" in the middle. Really??? Anyway, requested further cooling and waited a long time considering only one other table was occupied in the restaurant. When dish returned the sausage was mashed up and very unappetizing looking. Suspect the cook did not appreciate the return. Did not eat it and will not return.
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: Jun 27th, 2010 at 8:17 pm
From: Reading, PA
By: jlm


Avg. Rating:4.7
Simply, the best we've ever had!
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Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub
Posted: May 27th, 2010 at 9:59 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: dj


Avg. Rating:4.8
My wife and I had our first Bodo's experience last night. The restaurant is off the side of the pier but can't be missed by the neon sign. When we walked in, we were innudated with German culture and a tremendous amount of "swag" that gave the feeling of being in Munich of Hamburg. We were the only ones in the restaurant. I ordered a dark beer, which was cold and to my surprise quite good. My wife had her beer iced to make it even colder by the staff (she chose domestic) As we lamented over the menu, my grandmother who is now passed was from Hamburg. She immigrated to the US in the 20's. She made traditional German dishes for our family for years, so I was very spoiled with my palate and expected German tastes. I received my salad with champagne dressing, which was gone in seconds and warm pumpernickel bread which melted in our mouths. Washed down with a dark beer, the bread truly tasted amazing and had a slight savory after taste to it, which came from the beer enhancing it. This is the best German food I have eaten. My wife had the potato pancakes which were made from "scratch" and it took 20 minutes to prepare and worth every bite. She being 110 pounds, she ate the two 14" inch pancakes which she smothered in apple sauce and sour cream. All the time, commenting on how good they were. I had a bite (well several) and went for the ends of the pancakes. If German potato pancakes are prepared well, the ends of the pancake are crunchy and but not dry without grease or a wet taste. These were done perfectly and as I dipped my portion into the applesauce, I was very pleasantly surprised by the crunch, the taste and the fact that the pancake was warm and the potato in it was cooked all the way through, giving it that texture, that only a GERMAN can now and ENJOY!!!! The red cabbage was amazing, not too tart and just right. Egg noodles were fantastic and I devoured them along with my knockwurst and Bodo's version of bratwurst which they prepare with some kraut and onions which are simmered to a wonderful brown. The piece 'de resistance was that the server brought me both horseradish and spicy brown mustard to mix together before dipping my sausages into them and enjoying my meal. My wife and I live minutes from Bodo's and it's fair to say, we will be back for more than the potato pancakes, their chicken schnitzel looks amazing also!
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