Hi guys – I’m back! Sadly for me, but hopefully good for you. I went to 4 countries/ major cities, so I will be posting foodie pics from each separately. And here’s Munich!
Some beef something that I don't remember + potato balls @ the infamous Hofbrauhaus
"Beer cheese" @ Hofbrauhaus (not very much like American beer cheese)
Liters of beer at a biergarten!
Giant pretzel, sausage, potato salad & schnitzel @ biergarten
Currywurst (a spicy sausage with curry powder on top) @ Neuschwanstein
They make everything out of pretzels - even sandwiches, camembert
I don't know what they put on these rotisserie chickens, but holy shit, they are amazing.
cookies that look like a pretzel and sausages
St. Augustiner (brewery) Edelhoff (beer). This is the pope's preferred beer, btw
Radler in a can. Radler is half beer, half lemonade and completely gross
What we referred to as "salad pizza"
The rest of the photos are from my favorite restaurant that we visited in Munich, Weisses Brau Haus. It was SO delicious. And they had pretty radical beers for Munich, for example a hopped-up weis beer, which is extremely novel and was super tasty.
I started with their original weis bier
The hoppy version, which was described as "hoppy fireworks" on the menu, haha.
Salad, comes with potato salad and sauerkraut. I thought I hated both of these, but I guess I just dislike the yucky American versions, because the ones in Munich were delicious.
Pretzel soup. That's right, I said PRETZEL SOUP. Easily my favorite dish in Munich.
BF's pork knuckle, which he enjoyed immensely
And my entree of cheese spaetzle, which was mountains better than the "spaetzle" mess I made recently.
P.S. those are fried onions on top of the spaetzle… mmmm. Oh and by the way, spaetzle isn’t even the German word for it, weird, huh?
I hope you enjoy the food porn, while I get the photos from Prague ready. And look out for a posting of me trying to recreate pretzel soup in the future!
Things I am inspired to make:
- pretzel soup
- “salad pizza”
- and BF said he is going to try to make a hoppy hefeweizen!
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