by KatherineGerman Hot Dog
After spending several hours in St. Goar and travelling to Burg Eltz, we really needed some food. The next English tour wasn't for another 45 min, so we decided to grab a bite on site. There were two little cafes with pretty much the same menu. For a tourist attraction spot, it wasn't really overpriced. The seating was outside, but there were heaters so we managed to survive. I opted for a wurst and some potato salad. Both were tasty. As was Brad's goulash soup and German hot dog. Can you really ever go wrong with some wursts or German sausages? Tim and Stephanie got flammkuchen, a German pizza. They weren't huge fans because the dough was all wrong; they ended up leaving a lot of the crust and eating the toppings off of it. They regretted not getting the goulash soup, a favorite among Tim, Stephanie, and Brad. This was my first time of hearing of flammkuchen, so of course it intrigued me. It was my goal then to try one elsewhere. Since Burg Eltz is pretty isolated, the food was decent for a quick bite of typical German fare.
Katherine & Bradley
Two engineers with a passion for food and travel! Join us as we eat our way through the world!