Adolf Wagner, Sachsenhausen

3rd October is a public holiday in Germany that celebrates the reunification of the country in 1990. It couldn’t be more appropriate to commemorate this day by having a meal at Adolf Wagner, a traditional German restaurant that goes back to the 1930s.

Surprise! Surprise! Dan ordered himself a sinful Schnitzel filled with cheese and ham, and pan-fried potatoes. A huge satisfying meal not only high in calories, but also very tasty. The Schnitzel was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. IMG_8273.JPG

I ordered homemade sausage with sauerkraut and mash. I LOVE sauerkraut! Not all places do it well. Adolf Wagner’s was great as it wasn’t too sour. The mash was very smooth and buttery. Yummy!!! And that sausage was mouthwatering good too! With each bite I took, the juices exploded in my mouth! It was THAT good!


German meals tend to have huge portions of meat so we I don’t have it very often. However whenever we do, a place like Adolf Wagner will not disappoint us.


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