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Germany Booth Menu & Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

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Germany Booth Menu & Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

The Germany booth is typically known for its strudel and beer. What else do you need?

Found next to the Germany pavilion (right before you enter Italy), you’ll be able to purchase a variety of “Bavarian bites” that are both savory and sweet.

For adults who like beer, you can try a selection of German brews here, too.

There are many repeating items here from past years, but they are all still good choices. If it’s not broke, don’t fix it, right?

You can’t really go wrong with the Germany booth, especially if you want something a bit more filling.

Germany Food and Wine Festival

It’s important to note that some items can sell out here due to popularity, so you may want to make the Germany marketplace a priority.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Germany booth, including reviews, photos, and our must-trys.

Important Note: The information below is from the 2021 Festival. The 2022 International Food & Wine Festival runs from July 14 through November 19. Look for updated reviews and information after it kicks off.

Overview

Location: Near the Germany Pavilion
Nearby booths: The Alps, Spain, Kenya, Refreshment Outpost
Nearby seating areas: Plenty of outdoor seating in the Germany pavilion, along with seating in Italy and inside The American Adventure
Not to miss: Schinkennudeln (pasta gratin with ham onions and cheese), Schöfferhofer Wild Cherry Hefeweizen

Food and Wine Festival - Germany booth location

Germany Booth Menu

Food

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceSpecial DietDisney Dining Plan Snack?
4.0/5Schinkennudeln: Pasta Gratin with Ham, Onions and Cheese (Emile’s Fromage Montage)$4.50N/A
4.7/5Roast Bratwurst in a Prop and Peller® Pretzel Roll $5.75N/A
3.5/5Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce$4.25KFN/A
GF = gluten friendly, PB = plant-based, KF = kid friendly

Beverages

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceMade with Alcohol?
4.0/5Gaffel Kölsch, Cologne (new)$5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)Yes
3.3/5Weihenstephaner Lager, Freising$5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)Yes
3.8/5Schöfferhofer Wild Cherry Hefeweizen, Mainz (new)$5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)Yes
2.7/5Selbach-Oster Riesling$6.00Yes
N/ABeer Flight$9.75Yes
germany booth menu epcot international food and wine festival

Photos & Reviews

Schinkennudeln

Schinkennudeln is pasta gratin with ham, onions, and cheese. This dish is also part of Emile’s Fromage Montage, the cheese crawl, where you can earn a prize.

Schinkennudeln at epcot food and wine germany

Price: $4.50
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 4/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Looks great, decent portion, but lacked much flavor.
Heather: I really love all the things at this booth. And “pasta with meaty bits” is not only my nickname, but it is also exactly how I’d describe this German delight.
Felicia: This was delicious. Like a baked macaroni with little chunks of ham mixed in. Not too creamy, which I loved.

Roast Bratwurst

This Germany dish consists of a roast bratwurst in a pretzel roll bun.

Roast Bratwurst

Price: $5.75
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 4.7/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Delicious brat made even better by a great pretzel bun. Would definitely buy again.
Heather: Large portion, good bread, and a nice, juicy brat.
Felicia: Solid bratwurst on a pretzel roll.

Apple Strudel

This apple strudel with vanilla sauce is the only sweet option at the Germany booth.

Apple Strudel germany

Price: $4.25
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 3.5/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Generous portions, great taste. Could’ve used a tiny bit more sweetness.
Heather: One of the best apple dishes of the festival. It’s always a great choice.
Felicia: Not a fan of apple but thought this was delicious. Real apple flavor and cinnamon.
Allyson: The apples were a little hard and it tasted like your standard apple strudel. Nothing exciting.

Gaffel Kölsch

The Gaffel Kölsch is a lighter beer from Cologne, Germany. This is a new option at the booth.
Note: this drink is also available in a flight.

Kolsch - Germany

Price: $5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: Coming soon!

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Coming soon!
Heather: Coming soon!
Felicia: Coming soon!
Allyson: Coming soon!

Weihenstephaner Lager

Another beer option at this booth is the Weihenstephaner Lager from Freising, which is located in Bavaria, Germany.
Note: this drink is also available in a flight.

Weihenstephaner Lager

Price: $5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Light taste but slightly bitter.
Heather: Light, fresh, and pretty darn tasty.
Felicia: Loved this lager. Light and easy to drink. This beer flight is great.
Allyson: This is a standard light beer and would be good for a hot day. But also nothing outstanding.

Schöfferhofer Wild Cherry Hefeweizen

The Schöfferhofer Wild Cherry Hefeweizen, from Mainz (a German city located on the Rhine River), is a new beverage option being served here.

This is the same company that produces the popular Schöfferhofer Grapefruit beer you can also find in the Germany pavilion.
Note: this drink is also available in a flight.

germany - Schöfferhofer Wild Cherry Hefeweizen

Price: $5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Normally a fan of Schofferhoffer beers, but this one tastes like cough syrup.
Heather: This is a delightful addition to the Schoffeehofer collection. Fruity without being overly sweet. 10/10.
Felicia: Reminds me of wild cherry Clearly Canadian in beer form.
Allyson: I don’t like the grapefruit from this brewery, but I really liked this. Hefeweizens are my favorite. Great cherry flavor.

Selbach-Oster Riesling

If you’re not a fan of beer, there is the Selbach-Oster Riesling. This is the booth’s only wine option. It’s a white wine.

Germany - Selbach-Oster Riesling Germany food and wine festival

Price: $6.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Light but kind of bland.
Heather: Not too sweet, but no “wow” factor. Would I drink it in a pinch? Definitely. Would I hunt it down to purchase a bottle at home? Probably not.
Felicia: Surprisingly good for a Riesling. Wasn’t too sweet.
Allyson: It’s way too sweet for me.

Food & Wine Booth map

Check out all the booths from the 2021 Food and Wine Festival on the map below, including our favorite overall booths, favorite items at each booth, and locations for indoor seating.

We will update with the 2022 map in July.

2021 Food and Wine Festival Map with WDW Prep Favorites

Food & Wine Festival Booth links

Ready to explore more Food & Wine Festival booths? Take a look at the links below for menus and reviews from the 2021 Food & Wine Festival.

Looking for information on 2022? We will have an updated list and complete reviews in July after this year’s festival kicks off.

Food and Wine Festival data

Want to see all our 2021 reviews in 1 spot?

Clicking on the link below will allow you to copy our data into a Google Sheet that you can then use for your Food & Wine planning purposes.

WDW Prep School Food and Wine Data

Epcot Food and Wine Festival data screenshot

Read more about the Food & Wine Festival

Be sure to check out the following links to our Epcot Food and Wine Festival posts, where we provide all kinds of information, tips, and much more.

Here’s everything we put together for 2021! Stay tuned for 2022 content once this year’s festival begins.

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