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Where We Ate: Regensburg


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Our short stay in Regensburg was marked by the heat, so it also affected my thoughts in the food.

Historic City Center

Neco's Grill
This place serves up good doner kebab along with its variations and has shady seating.

Müller Café & Bäckerei
This is where we finished our day with ice cream and grabbed pastries the next morning. It's kitty corner from Hotel Rosi, so it's convenient to anyone staying there.

Wirsthaus Hacker-Pschorr
This Bavarian restaurant had a courtyard that, unfortunately, received no breeze. We did like the food, though. I thought I would try a Bavarian Wurstsalat (sausage salad) to have some lighter fare. I suppose it was lighter than other things I could have ordered, but it was the meatiest salad of my life!
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The obazda was good as well.
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Website: https://hacker-pschorr-regensburg.de/?lang=en

Just outside the historic center

Alte Linde
We stopped here for drinks and wished we had stayed for dinner.
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They had lots of shade, a breeze, and views of the Danube. It's actually on an island in the river that you reach by taking the pedestrian bridge that connects it with the historic center.

Website: http://www.altelinde-regensburg.de

Posted by amikulski 01:32 Archived in Germany Tagged children food families regensburg

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