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Tasting the Treasures of Germany

What do you think of when you talk about Germany? I guess everyone would say beer for sure. And this is also what I actually think of when I started to plan my trip to Berlin. To be honest, I'm not an alcohol person, but I'd still like to try "The Best of Germany" and see if it would change my mind or not. Let's talk about the beers that I tried when I was there first, and I'm gonna show you two other dishes that I had in the following. So don't leave or you'll definitely miss "The Treasures of Germany"!

Tiergartenquelle | Bachstraße, 10555 Berlin, Germany ★★★★☆

I've tried two different beers, the first one was a Weizen and the second one was a Pilsner. I wasn't sure the differences between these two things until I googled it before I tried. As a first-time-ever beer drinker, I personally think that Weizen tastes better than Pilsner. Why? It's because Weizen is actually what we usually call a white or wheat beer, which has notes of some fruits, and perhaps this is why I like it more as the alcohol bit wasn't too strong for me even though the percentage of alcohol is actually higher than a Pilsner. The Pilsner wasn't too bad though, and I guess whoever like drinking beers would love them both anyway!

Heißer Wolf | Alte Potsdamer Str. 7, 10785 Berlin, Germany ★★☆☆☆

I accidentally tried a German dish called Currywurst and I liked it very much. Well, but I'm talking about the dish but not the restaurant that I went to... I thought I should try German sausages before going home, and I randomly found this restaurant inside a shopping mall that is next to one of the attractions that I was going to. So I gave it a go. The sausages were perfect, especially the curry ketchup sauce the came with, was the best thing I had throughout the day. Unfortunately, I don't really recommend this restaurant because their service was really bad... and the french fries was terribly unimpressed. Can you imagine how much effort I put when eating all those cold french fries? The fork couldn't even stab in them... Therefore, those two stars actually go to the sausages and the beer only. LOL

Heißer Wolf | Alte Potsdamer Str. 7, 10785 Berlin, Germany ★★☆☆☆

The Eisbein is also one of the best German dishes that you should try when you visit Germany. I ordered the crispy one, I didn't really find it crispy but hard instead, especially the skin part I couldn't even cut it apart with the knife they provided me so I didn't eat the skin. I still like it very much because the meat itself was really tender and not so salty. The portion for me was a bit too big so I couldn't finish it at the end...

Tiergartenquelle | Bachstraße, 10555 Berlin, Germany ★★★★☆

Would you try any of these things when you go to Germany?



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