After a long day of sightseeing, places of history and an exploratory beer journeys, it is time to sit down and dine with class like true Germans. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Oh well, slight alteration. When in Germany, do as the Germans do. And what they do is eat. As does the rest of the world population but (yes, there is a but) not what you are to be served from a divine traditional German cuisine.
Hallelujah, to all meat eaters (no need to worry if you are a vegetarian by any dim chance, you will have plenty to choose from – bread pudding, mhmm, yummy) and if you are a carnivore you just died and were reborn; in a carnivore heaven. Noodles, dumplings, stew and string sausages cooked with a new twist you are to be yet aware of. Would not be surprised if after your meal all of you headed over to a bookstore to bring back a German cookbook for your other half. Happy Dining champs!
2 hour table reservation
traditional German 1-course dinner (poultry platter – 2 chicken knuckles, fried poultry sausage, crispy chicken fingers with dark beer gravy, red cabbage and potato dumpling)