Not visiting either of those cities? Don’t worry, there’re great eateries around the country. Caramba Especial in Hamburg is a delight, especially if you’re wondering what to eat in Germany that isn’t traditional German food. They serve Mediterranean, Portuguese and other continental cuisines.
While Ebbelwoi Unser in Frankfurt will take you right back to German roots, with its delicious potato sausages, schnitzel and apple wine. There’s even the Michelin-starred Stadtpfeiffer in Leipzig that takes food to artistic levels, with everything from smoked Arctic Char to lavender ice cream.
Just like everything else, Germany does food with pride, precision and a bit of cultural flair. And no list can do justice to the sheer number of best places to eat in Germany. You have to taste it to believe it, something SOTC has done numerous times, all so that your tour is just to your appetite.