Where to eat in Munich

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tonyburgos
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Where to eat in Munich

Post by tonyburgos » Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:20

Among the main ingredients of Bavarian cuisine is pork, which is usually served with roasted potatoes, sauerkraut and mustard.

In addition to its important content of meats and sausages, the Bavarian region presents a cuisine very influenced by the church in terms of its dishes made from flour, milk, butter and yeast, from which some of the typical delicacies of area.

Typical dishes
Below we describe some of the most typical dishes of Munich so you can easily decide during the first visit to the city.

Brezel: Crispy loop-shaped muffin. It is commonly known as Pretzel.
Kartoffelsalat: Potato Salad.
Semmelknödel: Cooked bread balls that serve as accompaniment for different dishes.
Kartoffelknödel: Potato balls that serve as accompaniment for some dishes.
Dampfnudeln: Fritters made with flour stuffed with meat.
Leberkäse Sausage with pate texture.
Brühwurst: Scalded sausage.
Weisswurst: White pork sausage, veal and spices.
Matjes: Marinated or brine herring.
Rollmops: Herring rolled on a pickle.

Obatzda: Cheese typical of the Bavarian region that is prepared with sweet paprika and onion and served as a cream spread.

Rheinischer Sauerbraten: Roast meat marinated with raisin sauce.
Schweinebraten: Roasted pork that is usually served with cooked cabbage or sauerkraut.
Tellerfleisch: Beef stew served with potato salad.
Schweinshaxe: Roasted ham served with dumplings, cabbage, potatoes or sauerkraut.
Spanferkel: Stewed piglet.
Radler: Beer with lemonade.

TonyB
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Re: Where to eat in Munich

Post by TonyB » Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:22

Munich is one of the beer capitals of the world, so I recommend van rental munich. Since 1810, Oktoberfest is celebrated in the city, one of the largest popular festivals in the world that lasts between 16 and 18 days and whose theme revolves around the world of beer.

Among the most famous beers in Munich are Augustiner, Hacker-Pschorr, Hofbräu, Löwenbräu, Paulaner and Spaten-Franziskaner.

Biergarten
How could it be otherwise, Munich has many places dedicated to beer. Biergarten are open-air breweries where you can taste the typical wines of the region as well as try some traditional dishes.

The establishments have wooden tables and benches and customers are allowed to bring their own food whenever they buy beer at the store.

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