Looking for great restaurants in Germany and local dining tips? Germany is famous for its hearty and regional dishes, but it also offers exquisite vegetarian and international cuisine. Read our food articles and restaurant reviews to find out where to get good German food, no matter what your budget is.
Berlin, and it sometimes seems a bit overwhelming to pick the right spot. Here is a selection of some of the best Berlin restaurants that will satisfy even the most ardent foodies. From regional German cuisine, to high-class French fare, here’s where to find good food in the German capital
Munich? Have a look at some of Munich's best restaurants that suit every budget and taste and are sauteed with plenty of local flavor. Whether you want some down-to-earth Bavarian cuisine or somethings a bit more exotic, here are the best restaurants in Munich.
Frankfurt? Here is a list of recommended restaurants in Frankfurt, offering both international as well as regional cuisine. If you want to get a real taste of Frankfurt’s hearty fare, look out for the famous Frankfurter Grüne Sosse, a rich green sauce made with herbs; Handkäs mit Musik (“handcheese with music”), a sour cheese marinated with oil and onions; and, of course, apple wine, called Ebbelwoi in the local dialect.
Hamburg – here are the best Hamburg restaurants with local cuisine, from fine dining and regional specialties, to the freshest seafood in town. For a traditional taste of Hamburg, try the city’s signature dish called Labskaus, corned beef, potatoes, onions, and gherkin.
sightseeing in Cologne? Here are some of the best restaurants for a great taste of Cologne, from fine dining to old-fashioned German cuisine. And wherever you go, there is something you will find on every menu in Cologne: the local beer called Kölsch, brewed exclusively in the Cologne region. This pale and light-bodied beer is served in thin, cylindrical glasses, and it is a tradition that beer pub waiters will bring you one Kölsch after the other, unless you leave your beer glass half full or cover it with your beer mat to let them know you are done.
Heidelberg, from eclectic gourmet cuisine to regional Swabian fare such as such as "Maultaschen" (Swabian Ravioli filled with meat and vegetables) and "Käsespätzle" (egg noodles topped with cheese and sautéed onions).