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In Berlin Germany we eat Curry Wurst and Döner smile.gif  
 

Fixed that for you.

 

In the southwest of Germany we prefer to eat well made local dishes like Schäufele, Maultaschen, Schupfnudeln, Flädlesupp, Kässpätzle, Ochsenbrust or Rehrücken. 

 

If we want to spent a little bit more money (which we have, even if we have to pay for the underarchiever regions in germany like Berlin) we go to one of the 74 Michelin stars rated restaurants in the region.

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In the southwest of Germany we prefer to eat well made local dishes like Schäufele, Maultaschen, Schupfnudeln, Flädlesupp, Kässpätzle, Ochsenbrust or Rehrücken. 

 

If we want to spent a little bit more money (which we have, even if we have to pay for the underarchiever regions in germany like Berlin) we go to one of the 74 Michelin stars rated restaurants in the region.


Ah yes, German cuisine. Famed throughout the world.

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Ah yes, German cuisine. Famed throughout the world.

 

Look here: http://restaurant.michelin.de/restaurants/deutschland/baden-wurttemberg/sterne-restaurants/

 

Baden Württemberg has 35.752 km². Australia has 7.692.024 km² and how many Michelin rated restaurants?

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Look here: http://restaurant.michelin.de/restaurants/deutschland/baden-wurttemberg/sterne-restaurants/

 

Baden Württemberg has 35.752 km². Australia has 7.692.024 km² and how many Michelin rated restaurants?

 

I don't think the Michelin people come here. No doubt because they're kept too busy rating all the excellent restaurants in Baden-Baden-Baden-Baden-Württemberg.

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I don't think the Michelin people come here. No doubt because they're kept too busy rating all the excellent restaurants in Baden-Baden-Baden-Baden-Württemberg.

 

Ok you are right and I have not longer the patience to discuss with you about the german haute cuisine. Come to germany and you can change some of your prejudices.

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Ok you are right and I have not longer the patience to discuss with you about the german haute cuisine. Come to germany and you can change some of your prejudices.

 

Actually there is no prejudice. I lived in Germany for a year, and had many excellent meals there. Mostly home-cooked.

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No Michelin ratings in Australia Don FYI. I don't think they go outside of Europe and the US no?
We have some lovely restaurants though, when we aren't cooking prawns (shrimp) on the barbie of course...
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Okay, okay, guys - I would love to come to Australia and Germany alike to try some local delicacies.
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No Michelin ratings in Australia Don FYI. I don't think they go outside of Europe and the US no?
We have some lovely restaurants though, when we aren't cooking prawns (shrimp) on the barbie of course...

Tetsuya is two star I think. Used to be three.
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Thats 2 hats from the good food guide not michelin stars, basically the Australian version though.
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Thats 2 hats from the good food guide not michelin stars, basically the Australian version though.

 

The 20 point system and the hats of the good food guide are very similarly to the Gault Millau restaurant guide.

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I like this outfit. Also, you losing weight? You look leaner.
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Berluti Andy in Demesures -tobacco. Venezia leather from 2013.

Zilli socks.

I like that the socks brightness adapt to my environment. In a boardroom, they're darker, in sunlight they're brighter.

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No Michelin ratings in Australia Don FYI. I don't think they go outside of Europe and the US no?

Hong Kong and Japan too
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