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November 25, 2009



That's funnny, because here I was thinking that hotdogs were American. I didn't see any in my time in Germany at least, and I ate a lot of sausages when I was there.
If you make it back to Australia then I will take you to a local German restaurant called Rhinedorf, which makes excellent German food (oxymoron?) of all varieties (and was a surprise to find in suburban Sydney), but the main drawcard is high quality German beer on tap for about 500yen/5USD for a chuu-nama (we're not talking Becks here - I'm talking Schlosser ALT, DAB, Kostritzer for example). In fact, just thinking about it is giving me the shakes (-I've had 3 alcohol free nights in a row).


I really like German beer and sausages. There's a good German beer bar in Seattle as well called Prost that I like to frequent when in the area. I found a place in Shinjuku, but it is not cheap.


Prost means cheers - an important word to know in German culture I reckon.

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