We had the sausages in both Regensburg and Nuremberg . The Regensburg sausage won hands down. Well worth the visit
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We came here for their famous bratwurst. They were very delicious and juicy. The sweet mustard on the side enhanced the flavour of the sausages. Additionally, we had the grilled pork belly and the meat was very well cooked and juicy. The sauerkraut was good...More
Yes, there is a lot of history here, but this place is the epitome of a tourist trap. The prices are extremely high and the service isn't all that great either. There are better place to visit in Regensburg.
I am a bratwurst kind of guy. The first time I was at this restaurant was many years ago during a river cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam...we stopped here and I was hooked! I LOVE the bratwurst and sauerkraut and the fact that this restaurant...More
We visited Wurstkuchl on a dreary December day, which meant no crowds at this historic little restaurant. Inside was small and appeared to be authentically old - which would be expected from what is considered to be one of the oldest - if not the...More
WE had been told that this was a must stop by many people that have visited this small town along the Danube. So when our river cruise docked it was the first place we went. We were lucky it was not busy and we stepped...More
Walking along the raging rive Danube taking some photos of the old stone bridge and the swirling waters around it one could not miss the action around what they say is the oldest sausage house in Germany. The whole time we were there there was...More