In Potsdamer Square you can find this highly-recommended and unique Italian restaurant. Vapiano specializes in fresh pasta, and what makes it different is the fact that you have all the ingredients to pick from yourself and you can choose how you want the pasta. As you're watching them cook you can even tell the friendly chefs to add more oil or if you want your carbonara sauce with less onion! In addition to fresh pasta they also serve delicious pizzas and salads of all kinds. They also have a wide selection of both white wines and red wines as well at an affordable price. The tables long ones, as in a bar. In conclusion, Vapiano is a place with an excellent decor, competitive prices and good service. And the pasta is really good! Just do not expect to find this restaurant appropriate for an intimate dinner or business. It is rather a meeting place and lively with chatting and a perfect place to end a visit to the modern Berlin Potsdamer Platz. I recommend it to anyone looking for these things!
The restaurant Curry 66 is near the Boxhagener Platz in the Friedrichshain neighborhood. It is a very nice neighborhood with lots of different places to to go to eat and have a drink. We went to this one because others offered a buffet brunch and we wanted something quick and easy. Like other currywurst houses, Curry 66 serves sausages covered with ketchup and curry powder, one delicacy that was inherited from the American soldiers at the end of the Second World War. It costs less than $5 and is served with chips or salad on a plate elongated like a canoe. We also tried the buleten, a type of big ball of crushed crushed that is cut into pieces, but inherited this time from the French Huguenots. You can eat pretty good and very cheap here. The windows have some adverts saying it's one of the best in town.
Great place for a beer and typical food from Berlin. The waitresses are super nice and willing to help you translate and choose from the menu. It was impossible to eat at tables outside because everything was always very busy, but this place had great inside dining with candles placed on every table.
Germany, it is known, it is a very expensive country to eat when compared with its European neighbours. In the town of Kronberg, a beautiful German village outside Frankfurt, we discovered this little place where the pizza is luxurious. A good beer or a rich red wine will be the ideal accompaniment to enjoy the Italian delicacy which the Germans can cook like the best.
We went to eat at Max and Moritz on a recommendation from a tour guide. We were not alone because the place was full of foreigners only. I liked the old décor of this old canteen as if it was for workers in an industrial neighborhood of Berlin. The guide said that there are very few places in town where you can actually eat traditional food from Berlin, and this was supposedly one of them, a rarity. We ordered a plate of asparagus to start with, which was good but a little small size-wise. For the same price they also make flamenkueche, a type of scorched pizza that is much larger in size. We continued with beef dishes and pork in sauce, served with red cabbage and potatoes. These were very good dishes and gives energy in the winter. The bill totaled around € 50 split by 3. Careful, as they do not accept card to pay, it is cash only.
Currywurst is one of the most typical and emblematic foods of Berlin and of German culture. It is a chopped sausage with ketchup and curry sauce. Under the subway tracks in Schonhauser Allee is the oldest and most typical of Currywurst shop in Berlin. It has been operating since 1930! Prices are very affordable and it's definitely an experience worth trying. You can not go through Berlin without trying it!
The concept of "BierGarten" in Germany is an outdoor venue, usually situated within a park, where there are plenty of picnic tables and where there are, depending on where it is, a small restaurant or a stall that prepares meals one can buy and take on a tray to a table. The specialties are typical of the bavarian area: Sausages, meats, sauerkraut, etc. .. But as the name suggests, the "Beer garden" is the realm of beer and in them you can find different types of beer which are served in jugs. This particular Biergarten is situated in the Munich Botanical Garden.
I was there this summer and I loved the neighborhood! It is a very nice place to walk around on the streets and take a breather after leaving the Alexander Square. We decided to eat on the terrace where there were not many people and it was very good. All the waiters were unkind and somewhat surly, at least ve dealt with us. We even spoke in perfect German. I suppose it is because they spend their days dealing with tourists and are a little tired, it may also be because most of them live off of tips (as in many other cities of Germany). Spaniards and Italians are not accustomed to that. The Berliner Wise is very good and I recommend it when it is warm.
Wanting to leave Europe behind, we chose for the last day of our holiday to have lunch at a typical German restaurant. Located on a downtown corner, hearty food, good beer and a good atmosphere await the guests. The dishes are plentiful, in fact you can share. There is an important variety of beers. One disadvantage is that there are not many places, but the wait can be made more pleasant with a tasty beer at the bar
In the center of Munich's Old Town, you can find the Hard Rock, a place that exists in almost every city in the world. The restaurant is quite large and is divided into several zones. Sometimes music events are hosted in the largest dining area and meetings or other events. All the restaurants' walls are decorated with famous rock memorabilia, clothes, guitars, belts, platinum, etc.. You can find the same food as in other locations of the same chain, chicken wings bbq, Caesare salads, chicken Creole, American ice cream, etc.. You can find pins, shirts, bags, hats and other items in the gift shop. The opening hours are Saturday to Thursday from 12.00 am to 1.00 pm and Friday and Saturday from 12.00 am to 2.00 am.
German cuisine is something we only know a little bit about. Of course there's the bratwurst and sauerkraut, but in this nice restaurant you can taste lots of the other varieties of German food. It's a little heavy but good. A lot of their oven dishes are delicious. The Asturian cider is not, but goes well this roast, but you have to put a little water to remove bitterness to this cider. The challenge to higher snitzchel eaters. If you can request your terrace site ... eye do not accept reservations beyond 8 pm.
Right behind the cathedral you'll find this restaurant, which serves typical Bavarian dishes, and in the summer they have a great outdoor patio. This restaurants offer generous portions with a variety of sausages with sauerkraut all for very reasonable prices (about 12 euros), and they're delicious. But, the dishes I saw with other meats also looked great. Another advantage of this place is that you can find beer there that makes Andechs monastery monks located in "Isle of man" (herren insel) on lake Chimsee.
One of the many breweries in Munich is the Augustiner. Grace is the only brand that they serve (Augustiner) and is the oldest in Germany. The food is typical Bavarian and the waiters are dressed in costume. The food was very good and reasonably priced (generally in Munich prices at mealtimes are not overly expensive).
This Chinese style wooden tower is located in the heart of Munich's English Garden. Is perhaps best known for being a beer garden and also for the characteristic tower. At the weekends, there is usually live Bavarian music. The English Garden is wonderful. The entire city of Munich is an exciting place to be, its people, its monuments, its terraces ... we do not like to go back to the same place twice but I am convinced that Munich is one of those places that you want to return to.
Sibylle Cafe in Berlin could well be a scene out of the film "The Lives of Others" by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck. It was one of the most popular places in East Berlin and today it still maintains the aesthetics and atmosphere of the early 60s. It is situated in the Friedrichshain district on the iconic Karl-Marx-Allee, which was known until 1961 as Stalinallee Avenue. It is a place to grab a coffee or a vodka with friends and take a break from the hustle of Berlin tourism as it is a very quiet place. With a sober and functional atmosphere, it is also a gallery of the history of the famous avenue, in which you can find posters, toys and other objects of the socialist era. It takes you to another era.
Lübeck became famous for making marzipan. This was mostly due to being close to the Sea for distribution along the Baltic. It became so famous that the people of Lübeck became known as Triumphal March of Marzipan by the World. The truth is that my palate did not notice the difference between this and Spanish marzipan, but still worth a visit to see this Marzipan Museum, where there are plenty of life-size sculptures made from the substance.
On our second day in Frankfurt we chose this restaurant for lunch, a little randomly. We saw the menu next to the front door and decided to check it out. We saw some affordable prices, so we decided to stay, ha ha. We ate on the terrace but then discovered that inside the restaurant was very nicely decorated. The menu was quite extensive, with many varieties of pizzas and pasta dishes for €3.95!! Each of us ordered a pizza, but for the price we thought it would be very little pizza. It was a surprise when our pizzas arrived and we saw that they were almost too big for the plates ha ha ha. So our pizzas food + drink came out very cheapl and ate brilliantly well. It's a nice place to eat if you find yourself near Zeil (http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/47579) Hauptwache (http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/22722) and the Church of Our Lady (http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/26968).
The restaurant is in the Alte Kanzlei, and as its name suggests, it was the Old Chancellery, constructed between the years 1542 and 1544. It is in a privileged area, in Schiller Platz. I went there with my parents to taste the food of the zone. We ordered 3 different dishes to share and loved all of them. I recommend the maultaschen with potato salad and caramelized onions. They are one hundred percent homemade and are delicious. The portions are big and excellent presentation. Despite being in a historic building in the center of town, the price turned out to be cheap. The meal, drinks and coffees came out to 60 euros. In the summer, the restaurant allows customers to eat on the terrace, which is in the Old Town Square.