Nürnberger Bratwurst – Nuremberg’s Distinctive Sausages

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The Nürnberger Bratwurst Tastes Best When Freshly Cooked on a Charcoal Grill: Nuremberg is famous for its Nürnberger bratwurst which is traditionally grilled or roasted and served three abreast on a bun with mustard. Whether it is served Drei im Weggla (three in a roll), on a plate with sauerkraut or with potato salad, the […]

The Deutsches Currywurst Museum – Berlin

Berlin Currywurst

Deutsches Currywurst Museum – A Museum Dedicated to an Iconic German Snack Food: It seems that the Currywurst (bratwurst with curry sauce) is as much a part of Berlin as the Brandenburg Gate.  Believe it or not, Currywurst is the signature dish of the German capital. Each year about 800 million portions of Currywurst are […]

The Historic Regensburg Wurstkuchl

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Enjoy Regensburg bratwurst at the Historic Wurstkuchl: On any Danube river cruises, you’ll most certainly hear about “Wurstkuchl” in Regensburg, a tavern famous for its bratwurst. Your river boat will stop near the Old Stone Bridge, thought to be the eighth wonder of the world when it was built. As you disembark from your boat, […]

Is there more to German cuisine than sauerkraut, bratwurst and schnitzel?

Regensburg Bratwurst sausages are renowned German fare!

Regensburg Bratwurst sausages may be renowned German fare, but what else is there? German cuisine and French cuisine may be neighbours geographically, but they’re a long way apart in character. Whilst Germany’s Oktoberfest and beer festivals are famous around the world, its food unfortunately does not enjoy the same reputation. Germany’s cuisine is actually very […]