Germany, which is characterized by its simplicity and simplicity, is also evident in its food culture. German food, which has pork, bread, rye, and potatoes as the main ingredients, is not flashy, but it is characterized by its hearty yet heavy character. Recently, German food specialty stores that were not well known in Korea have sprung up and are showing off their new appeal. From schnitzel, where deep-fried meat is eaten in combination with various sauces, to sausages that burst out of juice the moment you take a bite, to an authentic dessert, baumkuchen, which has a history of 200 years! Here are 5 of the best German food restaurants that are small but addictive.
1. Fun with various sauces, 'Nadri Schnitzel' in Changdong, Seoul
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âNadri Schnitzelâ is a European home-style specialty store located near Exit 1 of Ssangmun Station. The signature menu, âSchnitzel,â is beef spread out in a wide shape, covered with bread crumbs, and deep-fried until crispy. The combination of soft, crunchy beef and savory tempura batter is strangely addictive. You can enjoy it with whatever sauce you like, such as raspberry jam, tartar sauce, or demiglace sauce.
â²Location: 32 Dobong-ro 110ba-gil, Dobong-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:30 â 21:00 every day
â²Price: Schnitzel 8,000 won, neck steak 9,500 won
â²Testimonial (Pink Hazard): When you order a meal, you get bread and soup, but when you eat it, it feels delicious! The schnitzel is very tasty and good value for money! The pork cutlet-style tempura went better with the fresh raspberry jam than I thought.
2. 'Sangsu-dong Blues' in Sangsu-dong, Seoul, where you can feel the essence of a quick touch
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âSangsu-dong Bluesâ is popular as a date spot due to its cozy atmosphere and emotional plating. The signature menu is âSchwein Haksen,â which is served by putting whole grilled pig's feet on long skewers. Black pork from Jeju is aged with beer and various spices, and the tender meat without any impurities is excellent. The combination of crunchy, crunchy skin and rich, juicy flesh stands out.
â²Location: 6, Wausan-ro 3-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 12:00 â 00:00 every day; Sunday 12:00 â 22:00; B/T 15:00 â 17:30; closed on the third Sunday
â²Price: Schwein Haksen 34,000 won, whole shrimp lemon butter pasta 14,000 won
â²Testimonial (Ripopupo Shikigami): If you have a date near Yo, I recommend it! The atmosphere is so good, Haksen has good visuals, and it's a perfect combination of honey when eaten with beer!
3. âHaru no Yukiâ in Seongsu-dong, Seoul, is fun to pick and eat
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âHaru no Yukiâ specializes in showcasing Baumkuchen, an authentic German dessert with a 200-year history. High-quality ingredients such as organic flour, oyster eggs, and domestic fresh cream are carefully selected and baked using a special oven brought from Japan. Starting with plain, which has an attractive light flavor, there are a variety of flavors available, such as chocolate, banana, pyrenees, matcha, and seasonal menus, so it's fun to choose and eat.
â²Location: 17, Seoulsup 2-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 â 20:00 every day, Saturday 10:00 â 21:00
â²Price: Plain & Pyrenees 8,000 won, mini set of 8 19,000 won
â²Review (shikigin, pale ale, honey flavor): A place where Japanese patissiers make it. I tried baumkuchen for the first time, but it tastes even better if you eat it with something to drink, such as coffee and milk. There is also a half-and-a-half set menu for each flavor, so it's great to try everything.
4. 'Wienerwald' in Howolgok-dong, Seoul, where you can enjoy authentic German sausages
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âWienerwaldâ is a place where you can enjoy German sausages made by CEO Yudong-joo, who won a gold medal at the IFFA World Meat Processing Competition in Germany. We want to recreate the flavors of the mainland using 100% domestic pork and natural protein blood without chemical additives. âNurnberger Sausage,â which has a moist juice pops out when you bite it off its chewy surface, is very popular because of its light flavor.
â²Location: 112, Wolgok-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 17:00 â 01:30 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Nurnberger sausage 18,000 won, Wienerwald Schweins school tax 29,000 won
â²Testimonial (The Eating Nutcracker): I tried homemade sausage here for the first time, but now I can't go anywhere else to eat it. It had a really firm texture, and the more I chewed it, the more I felt the flavor of the meat, so I experienced a new world.
5. 'Ecold Chef Rogenheim Store' in Myeongil-dong, Seoul, a bread that captures healthy flavors and flavors
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âEcolde Chef Rogenheim Storeâ is run by a CEO with experience in various countries such as France, Austria, and Germany. Use natural rye sourdough and organic white sourdough to bake healthy German bread. The signature menu is âButter Bretzel,â which uses organic flour and French gourmet butter to make the most of its luxurious flavor, and âVulcon Schroitbrot,â where you can enjoy the rough texture of 100% whole wheat.
â²Location: 32, Dongnam-ro 71-gil, Gangdong-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 09:30 â 21:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Butter Brezel 3,800 won, Bull Con Schrottbrot 7,000 won
â²Testimonial (Mary Jane the Good â¡): When I ate bread, I couldn't eat it often because digestion didn't go well, but even after eating here, the inside felt comfortable and nice. Butter Bretzel has a nice buttery flavor, and the sandwiches made with Breccello are also delicious!
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