Koln Germany Food
In his award-winning travel series, Anthony Bourdain swallows a whole boatload of pork and beer in the city of Cologne. Discover where to eat in Cologne and what to discover in Germany! There is also a daily lunch special of 7 euros, which offers a wide selection of local food and drinks as well as beer and wine. Here you can enjoy one or two local beers or enjoy one of the many local beers in the local bar and restaurant.
If you're on a tight budget but still want a tasty lunch, try it nearby: Peters Brauhaus offers delicious local dishes, including a wide selection of local food and beverages, as well as chilled local beers, and they have outdoor seating by the river. If you are on a budget and would like to drink a glass of Kolsch (the crispest beer in Cologne), you should visit the beer house in the Rhine. They mean curry sausage, but they also have a variety of other delicious local foods, such as sauerkraut, kielbasa, sausages, feasts and more.
The cuisine of the city is rich and varied, which is why Oruc Kebap has been the kingdom where you get your taste for kebab stalls for years. The menu includes grilled meat, sauerkraut, kibbutz and sausages, as well as Turkish sweets made by local bakeries such as the local sweets shop in the city centre. A selection of Turkish specialities in the brew town and Ehrenfeld is relatively rare in a city that has the largest number of restaurants in Germany and one of the most diverse food markets in Europe. So what makes it special?
Sauerbraten, which literally translates as sour roast, could probably be called Germany's national dish. German cuisine is considered by many to be one of the best and most diverse in the world, as most dishes vary stylistically from traditional sauerkraut and sausages to a variety of different meats, fish and vegetables.
The menu is made with a variety of meats such as pork, beef, lamb, chicken, fish, pork and poultry. Blood sausages, often served on potatoes, are a popular dish in Germany and other parts of the world.
So if you love pork, forget the schnitzel with crispy pork knuckles in the pork knuckles in Cologne. Known to non-Germans as liver sausage, it is a quick and inexpensive snack that fills you with meaty delights.
Make sure to try the apple strudel, one of the best in Cologne, and the Pomme d'oeuvre. If you are in Germany for the first time, try Currywurst with French fries or try a Currywurst sandwich in Berlin.
And don't forget sauerkraut, which is often served with traditional meat and potato dishes. Of course, there are street food markets in Germany that do not completely do without grilled meat such as pork ribs, sausages and even pork chops.
A visit to Cologne would not be complete without a nice cold Kolsch in a German pub where the beer is brewed. Sausages and sausages are always something to try, preferably with a beer, such as the popular Gaffel - Kolksch.
It is an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the traditional Cologne cuisine, drink and ambience and enjoy a hearty German meal. The prices are also reasonable, think of tapas, salads and burgers, and when you are at the cathedral for lunch, you can enjoy delicious German cuisine at Funkhaus (Cologne), including salmon and hash for 13 euros.
If there is more German food, I would recommend the Haxenhaus in Gilden for a hearty meal. If you're into German food, you can visit one of the many Japanese restaurants in the area.
If you want to taste what Cologne has to offer in terms of culinary delights, you can visit Lommerzheim. This is a well-established German brewery that offers a great Kolsch beer with applesauce. It is said to be one of the best German restaurants in Cologne and is honorably mentioned in my list of the best Kolch pubs in the city of Cologne. If you ever wanted good German fast food, you should not try it here, no matter if in LOMMERZheim or elsewhere. The traditional pub Kolesch is famous, but also for its excellent beer and excellent cuisine.
Grab a sausage on a bun for a meal on the go or dip into a plate of sauerkraut and potatoes at the restaurant.
The traditional topping consists of slices of onion and lardon, but in Cologne there are flambées and pretty much everything that goes with them. The apple strudel is a traditional Austrian dish, but it is particularly popular in NRW, where many restaurants in the Cologne area serve it. In addition to the traditional dishes of the region, NRw restaurants and inns also offer a seemingly endless selection of dishes, which now also feature a wide variety of dishes such as sauerkraut, kielbasa, sausages, meatballs and more.