Our journey around the World Showcase continues as we make our way to Germany. For those who have visited the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival before, you probably already know that Germany’s Marketplace is a popular stop.
This year leaves no exceptions, so anticipate a lengthy line. Most guests will leave said line touting the apple strudel or maybe all three items offered in 2023, which are the same as last year.
However, we have no complaints at all about the Germany Marketplace. Whatever you decide, I think you’ll be pleased. So let’s take a closer look.
Germany Marketplace Items with Prices
Here are the items with prices for the Germany Food and Wine booth at Epcot.
- Schinkennudeln ($5.00)
- Roasted Bratwurst ($6.00)
- Apple Strudel ($4.50)
- Dr. Lo Alcohol-Removed Riesling ($6.50)
- Gaffel Kolsch ($5.50 or $9.50)
- Weihenstephaner Festbier ($5.50 or $9.50)
- Schofferhofer Prickly Pear Hefeweizen ($5.50 or $9.50)
- Selbach-Oster Riesling ($6.50)
- Beer Flight ($10.00)
We’ll start with the roasted bratwurst. This classic dish comprises a sausage link served on a pretzel bun. Make sure to grab some mustard.
This particular photo is from a previous festival. Rest assured. The dish hasn’t changed. I was tempted to order another one this year and probably will at some point.
For $6.00, the pretzel with sausage is a tasty snack, or combined with the other items at the booth, you can make it part of a full meal.
Last year was my first time trying the Schinkennudeln at Germany’s Marketplace. This noodle dish is a pasta gratin with ham, onions, and cheese.
What you have here is a yummy macaroni cheese that reads drier than creamy. But that’s okay. Not every mac-and-cheese can or needs to be gooey.
I had to make myself put my fork down with this one. If you think this is a potato dish, think again. The layered casserole is presented like lasagna and smothered with a mix of melted cheese.
This Schinkennudeln is comfort food at its finest. And for $5.00, you get a heaping portion.
Lastly, we have the apple strudel, which is served piping hot with a vanilla cream sauce. The strudel is another “you don’t have to reinvent the wheel” dish.
It’s hard to go wrong with an apple pie mixture enveloped in pastry. Additionally, I appreciated the vanilla cream sauce on the side.
The sauce is intended to mimic vanilla ice cream. However, the lack of a contrasting cold was notable. But would that stop me from ordering this dish again? No. Pick up a strudel if you’re in the mood for an apple dessert.
Overall, it’s hard to go wrong with these delicious dishes. We’re glad to see popular items return!
For more festival reviews, try the following:
- Spain Marketplace
- Japan Marketplace
- Flavors of America at Food and Wine
- Ireland Marketplace
- Mexico Marketplace
You might also enjoy browsing the entire list of menus with prices for this year’s festival.
In the Comments
What do you think about the three food items at Germany’s Marketplace at Epcot’s Food and Wine? Will you stop in to try anything?