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Ostertor © Bremer Touristik-Zentrale, Fotografin Manuela Gangl
Cafébar © Cafébar im Brückenhäuschen
Barrios Fotografin Helena Maier
Bars & Cafes in Germany
Spargel and Wine
Follow the LonelyPlanet Guide book, I finally found this restaurant in a small street. The stuff are so kind to let me change the lunch set- cold soup change into spargel soup which I never taste before. This place is so quiet and have a mini garden to enjoy the sunshine. When the soup was coming, my eyes got refreshed. The settings, the flavor, the temperature......perfect!!!! They also have a large amount of wine, I tried the homemade white wine, very good quality. They make sense to cook, everyone can feel it. Oberländer Weinstuben, Akademie Strasse 7#joingermantradition#karlsruhe#foodanddrink
Frankfurt am Main
Green Sauce!! Local and Cool!!!
Meet the local people is the most interesting thing here. The famous restaurant is full of people every night, so I get the chance to share table with the locals. They show me how to order the typical food here and many secrets of the recipes. Order "Green Sauce with eggs" on the English menu, you will find it so fresh. It is made of 7 different kind of herbs which changes in seasons but keep 7 forever. Must try the apple wine, you can add sparkling water or Fenda in it to make it easy to drink, but still hard to stand up,,,hahaha.....#joingermantradition#Frankfurt#foodanddrink
“Spargel” in German means asparagus, especially white asparagus. Today I went to Bauer Lipp which is around 20km away from Frankfurt. It is the biggest asparagus farm in the Rhine－Main area. German people love white asparagus sooooo much for its seasonal and healthy. I joined the tour to know how they grow, wash, cut the asparagus and used the tools to get them out of the mud- amazing experience. This is the first time I eat white asparagus, we only have green ones in China. It taste so different, soft, juicy and light, yammy!! ##joingermantradition#foodanddrink#Frankfurt
3 min to the Black Forest
The Schlossberg tram was only a 3min ride, but officially brought me to the black forest from Freiburg. The Schlossbergrestaurant Dattler was not just a restarant. It was also a perfect terrace to enjoy dinner and the Freiburg sunset.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Perfect Snack - Rothenburger Schneeballen
Rothenburger Schneeballen, or Rothenburg Snowballs, are small pastries that are common in this part of Germany, but especially so in Rothenburg. They’re simple really, just traditional pastry dough that’s fried and then drenched with powdered sugar. And yes, they’re just as good as they sound. They also come in a wide variety of options, including a chocolate version that I loved especially. They make excellent presents to take back home since they can last for weeks and travel well.
Sunday brunch with a view
On a gorgeous spring day, take a train to Blankenese and enjoy a drink at Strand Hotel with a view at the beach
Seafood at trendy bistro
Fish stew, German-style fish and chips, and more at the seriously hip Heimat restaurant inside the dynamic and trendy 25Hours. When it comes to urban chic details, this place is pretty hard to beat.
Esslingen am Neckar
Sampling Germany’s Oldest Sparkling Wine
Something unexpected surprises visitors to Esslingen, near Stuttgart - the oldest producer of sparkling wines in Germany. For more than 180 years, Kessler has been producing acclaimed sparkling wines in vaults that are more than 800-years old. Still adhering to the traditional method of producing these specialty wines, they are rotated by hand just as they have been for centuries and a visit to sample them is a must-do activity when visiting this beautiful town.