Our journey around the World Showcase continues as we make our way to the 2020 Germany Marketplace. For those who have visited the Epcot Food and Wine Festival before, you probably already know that Germany is a popular stop. This year leaves no exceptions. Expect a long line.
Most guests leave this line touting the popular apple strudel that I’m going to try to get back to at some point. For this go-around, I went with a sausage on a pretzel bun.
Whatever you decide, I think that most will be pleased with the offerings here at the German Marketplace.
Here’s a look at the usual booth set up on the outskirts of the Germany Pavilion. If you visit the area, you’ll find the booth sits between Refreshment Port and Germany. Or on the Mexico side of the World Showcase, if that makes more sense.
The menu is located outside the Germany Marketplace and again at the registers.
Unlike the framboise dessert at the France Marketplace, sometimes a play on simple does pay off. And that’s exactly what we have here with the Roast Bratwurst in Germany. When I first received this dish, I thought it was very basic in appearance.
But then, as I sat there staring out at Spaceship Earth in the distance, I began enjoying the dish more and more. I even thought this was an excellent option for someone who wanted a bite of pretzel and maybe something more substantial like the sausage.
The sausage is a dish I would pick up anytime for a snack or combine it with other items for an Epcot al fresco meal. All of my table neighbors had the apple strudel, but I had already had my fill of sweets with the chocolate avocado dish from Earth Eats. I’m sure at some point I’ll get back to the strudel.
So if you are in the Germany Marketplace area and thinking about a pretzel, try this sausage dish instead. It’s filling, but you don’t get near the carb overload as you might from the pretzel.
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Will you visit the Germany Marketplace? If so, what will you try?