DFB Video: Epcot’s Germany — Nosh or Not? Food Tour!

Hey Guys! We’re back with another DFB Video today! We’re taking a Food Tour of Epcot’s Germany Pavilion and answering a VERY important question: Nosh or Not?

Gingerbread Heart from the Germany Pavilion

Gingerbread Heart from the Germany Pavilion

From Sommerfest to Biergarten to Karamell-Küche, Epcot’s Germany is PACKED with fantastic food finds. I mean, when your options revolve around beer, pretzels, and caramel, what’s not to love? Oh, and did we mention wine and cheese? Germany’s got it all… and SO much more. So check out our latest DFB Video and explore Germany with us. You may learn some treats you didn’t know about before, and find a few more things to add to your very own Nosh List!

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So check out the video and then let us know: What is a definite NOSH for you in Epcot’s Germany Pavilion? 

Comments

  1. Essie says

    I’m not really big on wursty type foods, but I’d suggest visiting the Oktoberfest at least once. The ambience and theming is wonderful and the oom pah band is very entertaining. We went during Christmas season and the lights and gingerbread men garlands were delightful, as was the holiday music! However, the best part of the Germany Pavilion is far and away the Karamel Kuche! It’s like a dream come true. There are too many good choices, but the caramel shortbread bars are heavenly. I’ve even made them at home! Wonderful video, AJ!

  2. jnoel says

    I can’t disagree with most of this review. However, I do feel that the Biergarten Restaurant while beautiful and has great quality entertainment is severely lacking in food quality. I travel to Bavaria, for which this restaurant is themed, regularly and can say without question the same dishes served here are not even close to a reasonable facsimile of what is served in Germany. Of course I would not expect it to be perfect but I would think they could try to get at least 60-70% of the way there.

  3. Matt says

    I’ve eaten at Biergarten a number of times. The food is good for a German themed buffet. The entertainment never disappoints. If you’re with a large group, it’s a blast as you’ll have your own table. But if it’s just 2 of you, you will definitely be sharing a table with others and it can get weird and awkward. As much as we tried to interact with the other people at our table, they weren’t having anything to do with it aside from the initial pleasantries of “Hi where are you from?” After that the 3 groups at our table basically kept to themselves. I’d definitely go back with a group, but not with just the 2 of us.

  4. Dave says

    The Karamell Kuche S’more is by far my favorite snack in Germany as it works so well. Its not usually my favorite but here the graham cracker, caramel, chocolate, and light marshmallow works so amazingly well because its not overly sweet. It almost tastes like a low sugar version and in doing so makes it amazing. Most everything in Disney is super sweet but somehow they made this beauty let the flavors work together without sweetness drowning out the enjoyment.

  5. Kim says

    My family did not like Biergarten. We are a family of 6 and you are seated with strangers at a very large table. It is very loud and good entertainment, however our table mates expected to talk to us and after a long hot day in the park, last thing I wanted to do was entertain strangers. As a result they were mad and constantly made comments about us. We did not find the food very good either. Some things were ok but if you are a burger type of eater, they had some different things here in a buffet style. We left here knowing we would never return. Hope this helps those who are socially awkward.

  6. jnoel says

    Just a quick thought on the “sharing and tables”. This is actually a critical component of the German experience. In Germany seating in beer gardens is completely open and sharing tables is the norm. As matter fact myself, my friends, and my family find this one of the best parts of visiting Germany ( The real one in Europe ). People always think Germany is all about the beer drinking in beer gardens but in actuality it is about communing with others. The beer is just a social lubricant :-)

  7. Shelley says

    While my husband and I really enjoyed the food at Biergarten recently, I’m in the camp of not loving the communal seating either. We were seated with a family and unfortunately the parents had no interest in watching their own children. It was one thing after another the whole meal and really made for a very unpleasant experience. It was enough that we won’t go back. It’s sad too because we enjoyed the food and entertainment quite a lot. It would be nice if the restaurant could offer some of each type of seating. We would gladly wait a little bit for a private table if it were an option.

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